2017 will go down with a record on the books no one should be proud of. As of July, there have been more tragic hot car deaths than in recent years. It’s attaining epidemic proportions, and – as in many prior cases – we are turning to the auto industry to provide a solution. And it seems like there is hope in sight. A company has created a warning system that will alert drivers when they sense a living entity in the back seat of a car. It is a sensor that uses radio frequency waves, text message and flashing lights to signal the operator that there’s an unattended child in the car.
Of course it comes years too late for those unfortunate parents and care givers whose lives have been forever altered by the tragic death from heat stroke of an infant or child, but they still speak enthusiastically about the coming technology. None of them want to see it happen again. Hopefully, you will soon find such technology at a store like Auto Zone, eliminating the need to break glass and rescue a child or pet from death by heat stroke. They already sell thousands of parts you need every day from their 5,000 locations nationwide. They carry parts large and small, including brake rotors, batteries and everything from the smallest nuts to large transmissions. Their experts staff will gladly help you find the auto part you need, and you can save money on all your purchases when you combine a money-saving Groupon with the purchase. Groupon offers up to 30% off on select merchandise and you can find other promo codes and exclusive deals when you search the site for more.
In our culture, the natural order should be that children bury their parents, not the opposite. People rate the loss of a child as one of the most tragic things that can happen to a person. Installing the technology that can save children from these deaths is strongly advocated by lobbyists and parent groups around the world. As one parent put it, the combination of stress, change of routine and exhaustion is like a bomb waiting to explode. The technology to defuse that bomb can’t hit the market too soon.