Carpooling with children

It's possible to ride with a child, provided certain rules are respected. A young child must travel in a special car seat adapted to their age and size, or on a booster if they are a little bit older.

It's up to the passenger accompanying the child to make sure they bring proper equipment, which does not exempt the driver from making sure all safety conditions are respected.

As a result, the child will need a seatbelt and occupy a seat, no matter how old they are.

Note: When carpooling: 1 person = 1 seat! It is imperative that the passenger who wants to travel with their child book 2 seats. There is no special discount for children.

 Find out more about our child travel policy. 

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