No Child Left Behind
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Prevent Needless Tragedies
It is never okay to leave kids or pets in a car – even with a window open.
Too often in Florida, parents, grandparents and other caregivers simply forget the child was in the back of their vehicle as they ran errands, went to work or were even at home.
KidsAndCars.org recommends the following memory tips: BE SAFE
Back seat – Put something in the back seat so you have to open the door when leaving the vehicle – cell phone, handbag, etc.
Every child should be correctly restrained in the back seat.
Stuffed animal – Move it from the car seat to the front seat to remind you when your baby is in the back seat.
Ask your babysitter or child-care provider to call you within 10 minutes if your child hasn’t arrived on time.
Focus on driving – Avoid cell phone calls and texting while driving.
Every time you park your vehicle open the back door to make sure no one has been left behind.
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