Buying a car with top safety scores, high-tech safety features and using child safety seats properly seems like it’s enough to keep kids safe in the car, but a key ingredient is missing: an involved parent or guardian. Janette Fennell, president of Kids and Cars, says that 70 percent of the time, loved ones are responsible for non-traffic incidents like rollovers and heat stroke, and most of these accidents happen at home. We give Four Keys to Keeping Kids Safe in Cars to ensure the smallest members of your family are well-protected both on and off the road.
Four Keys to Keeping Kids Safe in Cars
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