Tips To Keep Your Child Safe In The Summer Heat
With summer temperatures rising to scorching heights, here are useful tips on keeping your child safe.
According to Kidsandcars.org, child heat exhaustion fatalities have averaged to 38 cases a year in the U.S.
The number one way to prevent this, never leave a child alone in a vehicle, whether they are in a car seat or not. Temperatures inside a vehicle can rise 20 degrees in about 20 minutes. A child's tolerance to heat, is not the same as adults.
To prevent forgetting a child in a vehicle, it's a great reminder to place a child's toy in the passenger seat or place personal belongings next to the child in the backseat.
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