Our oldest son stayed in a car seat with five point restraint until he was almost seven. Why? He was “that style” of child. He also didn’t realize there were any other options. Recently he noticed that “lots of kids” ride in the front seat at school carline. I then discovered that my own family circle was confused about car safety laws. I am writing to give everyone a friendly reminder that Florida guidelines recommend children under 13 years old sit in the back seat, which means all Holy Trinity Lower School students should be in the back seat with safety belt (unless they have turned 13.) Further details on boosters and car seat laws in Florida and other states are just a google away. Thanks for your consideration.