Consumer Contact: Tips to Prevent Leaving Kids in Hot Cars

Updated 2 years ago

Russ Van Arsdale was in for Consumer Contact and reminding parents not to leave their children in hot cars not even for a moment. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced its first ever national campaign to prevent child heatstroke deaths in cars, and urging parents and cargivers to think “Where’s Baby? Look Before you Lock.” The website to find the information on this campaign is www.safercar.govAnother website Russ talked about with some other tips to prevent leaving your child or children behind in a hot car is www.safekids.org


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