Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death to children ages 1 to 13.
Purchase and use a baby on board sign. Place the sign in your rear window
Hopefully, other drivers will not tailgate a vehicle with a baby on board sign.
A baby on board sign is intended to remind all drivers and yourself, that a baby is present in the vehicle.
This warning sign is to prevent other drivers from tailgating your vehicle.
The sign will also serve as a reminder to you, to not lock your car and leave your baby behind.
Many children die each year from heat injuries after being left behind in a locked car.
This information about baby on board signs and plea for safer driving comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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