If you're going to drive in different countries in Latin America and the Caribbean together with your family, it's important for you to know the regulations in each country. This is the way to avoid possible upsets and to always comply with current law in each country. While in Argentina children under 10 should travel in the rear seats and those under 4 with a child restraint system (it will vary from one province or town to another), in Costa Rica it applies to children under 12 and less than 1.45 meters tall.
In the computer graphic entitled "What are the regulations on CRS in countries in the European Union?" we reviewed the legislation in the different EU countries and in Turkey. This time we go into more detail on the regulations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
We remind you that you can consult all the regulations in the different countries, as well as updates on new developments in our section on "Regulations".