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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today urged all parents and caregivers to make sure they remember “Where’s Baby? Look Before You Lock” when driving with young passengers. Saturday, May 1, is National Heatstroke Prevention Day, an opportunity to remind everyone of the dangers that hot vehicles pose to children.

Look Before You Lock!

NHTSA’s “Where’s Baby? Look Before You Lock” is a $3 million campaign to remind drivers to never leave children unattended in cars and to lock their cars to prevent children from entering unlocked vehicles. The annual heatstroke prevention campaign kicked off with virtual events in Atlanta and Houston, as NHTSA and safety stakeholders reminded the public of the dangers of leaving children in hot cars. “No child should die because they were trapped in a hot car.

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