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Protect Your Kids on Halloween

Halloween Safety Tips from KidsAndCars.org More children are struck by cars on Halloween than any other night of the year. Two-thirds (2/3) of all highway fatalities at Halloween are alcohol-related. …

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Today, technology saves your car battery—tomorrow, it could save your child

My op-ed for TIME Inc., published July 29, 2014 If Cars Can Monitor Left-On Headlights and Rear Obstructions, They Should Be Able To Save Trapped Kids’ Lives Susan Pepperdine Today, technology …

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Save kids from heatstroke deaths in vehicles – National Heat Awareness Day

Twittercue: This yr 5 children in SC, GA, TX, CA have already died of #heatstroke in hot vehicles. Check backseat. #LookBeforeYouLock  NEWS RELEASE KidsAndCars.org 7532 Wyoming St., Kansas City, MO 64114Office: 816-216-7085,  …

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TOMY Revolutionizes Car Seat Safety With First Smartphone-Synched Convertible Car Seat

–> TOMY 2015 Spring Road Suite 400 Oak Brook, IL 60523 www.tomy.com FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Matt Miller Salmon Borre Group 847.582.1610 matt@salmonborre.com Twitter: @TOMYNewsUS TOMY Revolutionizes Car Seat Safety …

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Protect Kids From Backover Accidents

In Kansas City 2-year-old Benjamin Thompson died this week when his father’s truck backed over him. It’s a tragedy that is repeated all too often – about 50 times EACH …

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KidsAndCars.org founder to speak at NHTSA press conference

News Release KidsAndCars.org 7532 Wyoming St., Kansas City, Mo. 64114Office: 816-216-7085, www.KidsAndCars.org Contacts: Janette Fennell, 816-216-7085, cell 415-336-9279 or Janette@KidsAndCars.org Susan Pepperdine, 913-262-7414, cell 913-205-5304 or susan@pepperdinepr.com KidsAndCars.org founder to …

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KidsAndCars.org launches national safety awareness program

In June I volunteered to start helping KidsAndCars.org publicize information to save children from dangers in and around cars — heat stroke from being left in a car or getting …

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