“Look Before You Lock,” a campaign Kids and Cars recommends that encourages people to check the backseat of their vehicles before they lock their cars. And according to CBS Philly, the HOT CARS Act of 2017 has been introduced in Washington, D.C., and it would require cars to have technology that would alert drivers that someone is still in the backseat when the car is switched off.
Of course, both suggestions are important developments in the struggle to prevent hot car deaths, but BabySav stickers might go one step further. The stickers would act as an unconscious reminder, and not rely on technology or driving habits. Since they can be placed anywhere, their reach is unprecedented.
– Josie Rhodes Cook, Romper.com