Automaker Introducing a “Reminder” to Help Safeguard Youngsters

Too often, the news includes a report of a child being left in a vehicle accidentally. General Motors is introducing a "rear-seat reminder" to help prevent this from happening.

This Claims Journal article notes that “each year in the U.S. about half of the children under age 14 who die of in-vehicle heatstroke do so as a result of being forgotten.”

Via:  Utica National