Kids and cars are a recipe for disaster. Whether innocent passengers in the back of a car or through playing on our roads, thousands of accidents and fatal injuries among the young occur every year. As parents, we need to protect our children as much as possible, without the need to call on the Lichtenstein law group or some other personal injury lawyer when an accident does occur.
The following are some safety tips every parent needs to adhere to.
Do you have any other safety tips you think parents need to be aware of? If so, please let us know in the comments section below.
A great post about a very important topic, Christy.
Great tips Christy,
I agree with you and especially with number two. Safety first ,right .
A great reminder about safety when it comes to children and cars. One can never be too careful. I totally agree with the idea of not living children in the car even if it is just for a moment. Thanks for sharing.
There’s a barrage of videos of parents leaving their kids in the car. I have always wondered why. There’s a particular video where a mom had gone shopping leaving the kid inside the car, and when she returned with four bags of clothes, cops had already taken the child out, luckily in time. As per a report, on average, 37 kids die in hot cars every year in the United States.
Very important post.
This would serve as a great little handbook for a few young parents I know! Terrific post, Christy ❤
Reblogging to SIWO
Great post, Christy about such an important topic. It saddens my heart to hear of so many children dying after being left alone in a car. Another thing we hear too much of is young children being run over in their driveway by a parent or grandparent backing out. The introduction of reversing cameras and sensors should help reduce this, but it happens all too often. So I would add to your list for parents to make sure they know where all the children are – to have them in their sight – before they reverse.
Thanks, Christy B for your informative and important post.This is more necessary to read this article for every parent. I think you can add “car seat safety” topics to your post.But your all topics are really good.
Dear Christy, it is great tips. All machines have benefits, as well as potential dangers. Maybe we should first think about the dangers before using the machine. Safety first. :)
Safety is first, absolutely. Thanks Hilal!
A parent has so much to think about. From diapers to diplomas, theirs is a life’s challenge, a career. I never had children, so I don’t have a lot of tips in raising them. Chapeau to all parents!!!!
So true!! I learned this the other day when I ran into get gas and my toddler had unbuckled her car seat somehow and climbed into front seat. Thankfully car was still locked and I had keys but a scary reminder
Thanks for sharing a post on such an important topic, Christy. It always horrifies me when I spot a car on the road with young children obviously not buckled in. Unfortunately some people don’t naturally think about the risks they take until they have them pointed out, usually multiple times.
Excellent points for child safety and cars. I applaud the young parents in our neighborhood…as the children are starting to ride bikes, I hear the Mom and Dads carefully instruct them about cars….what to watch for etc. Living here in the Phoenix area…leaving a child alone in a car is a huge no…no due to the extreme heat during the summer. Unfortunately every year a parent just “runs in for a second” and returns to a child with heat exhaustion or death. Since this is a well know problem here in the desert, a number of people check cars in parking lots as they walk into air conditioned stores just to make sure there aren’t any kids left in cars….has become second nature to most people. Great post!!
Thanks for this great blog. Super important for all parents to be aware of car safety for their children.
I’m big on carseat safety! Great tips!
Very informative post good keep it up:)
Great post, thanks!
Very informative tips .. thanks for sharing
Great read, you may be interested in my blog for parent tips from a professional’s perspective ☺️
Thanks Christy for sharing this informative blog on road safety. Your blog post will definitely prove an useful manual on road safety for young parents. Keep posting blog like this.
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