Vehicles Plan To Have Alerts To Prevent Hot Car Deaths

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Association of Global Automakers has announced that a reminder system will be standard on nearly all new U.S. vehicles to avoid deaths of children in hot cars.

The plan is to equip the vehicles with the system by the model year 2025, which reminds drivers to check the back seat after shutting off the car.

Among the companies involved include General Motors, Ford and Toyota. KidsAndcars.org says 39 children have died from vehicular heatstroke so far this year.

Source:USA Today

 
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