How kidSafe® can prevent hot car deaths

Do you worry about leaving your child in a hot car? It’s a terrifying thought. According to this website, “About 38 children die yearly after being left in a hot car.” That’s far too many! The good news is that a device called kidSafe® can help prevent these tragedies.

Every year a headline reads: baby dies in hot car ( boy, girl, infant, child, or baby )

Every year, a lot of babies die in hot cars. Leaving your baby in a heating car is dangerous because they can get very sick. Sometimes the baby dies because it’s too hot in the car. You can do things to prevent this from happening, like using a device called kidSafe.

It’s important to remember that even if it’s not hot outside, the inside of a car can get very warm very quickly. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “on an 85-degree day, the temperature in a car can reach 119 degrees in just 30 minutes.” That’s far too hot for a child to be in!

We are attempting to fix the problem with KidSafe®.

Every year, nearly 40 children die being left in hot cars. These tragedies are entirely preventable, and yet they continue to happen. One of the main reasons is that parents don’t understand how dangerous it can be to leave their child in an automobile on a hot day. Another reason is that people get distracted and forget their child is still in the car.

Kid Safe is an innovative new device that aims to fix this problem. KidSafe monitors the temperature inside of a car and will sound an alarm if it gets too hot. This will remind parents to check the backseat before leaving their car and could save countless children’s lives.

kids in backseat of car
Protect your loved children with kidSafe® back seat checker / reminderChild

Help stop headlines like Baby – Girl – Boy dies in hot car Texas, Florida, Georgia, or ANY other state.

In the summertime, it’s essential to take extra precautions to ensure your children are safe. One such danger is leaving young children in a hot car, which can quickly lead to death. In recent years, several cases of young children dying in hot cars in southern states like Texas, Georgia, and Florida, among many others.

One way to help prevent this is by OEMs installing Kidsafe®, which will remind you if you forgot something or someone in your back seat. KidSafe® can be especially helpful if you have a child or pet who likes to ride in the back seat. By taking these simple precautions, we can help keep our children safe during the summer months.

Hot Car Deaths 2022

According to this article, there have been 29 deaths so far.

2022 – 29 (so far)
2021 – 23
2020 – 25
2019 – 53
2018 – 53
2017 – 44
2016 – 39
2015 – 25
2022 – 51 (so far)
2021 – 59
2020 – 31
2019 – 53
2018 – 60
Dog cat or animal ( pet ) in the backseat of car

KidSafe® is a device (sensor) that will prevent hot car deaths.

Like most parents, you worry about leaving your child or dog in a hot car. It’s a terrifying thought. Thirty-eight children yearly – that’s far too many! The good news is that a device called kidSafe® can help prevent these tragedies.

It’s important to remember that even if it’s not hot outside, the inside of a car can get very warm very quickly. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “on an 85-degree day, the temperature in a car can reach 119 degrees in just 30 minutes.” That’s far too hot for a child to be in!

We are attempting to fix Hot car deaths with KidSafe®.

Every year, dozens of children die from hot cars. These tragedies are entirely preventable, and yet they continue to happen. the main reasons for this is that parents simply don’t realize how dangerous it can be to leave a child on a hot day in your vehicle. Another reason is that people get distracted and forget their child is still in the car.

KidSafe® is an innovative new device that can resolve this issue. KidSafe® will remind parents to check the backseat before leaving their car, which could save countless children’s lives. Mom, Dad, keep Kids Safe with our invented Kidesafe®

kidSafe® Rear Seat Child Reminder

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