S. auto industry rightly has been criticized for opposing government safety regulations over the years, but auto makers still need to push back when regulators go overboard.
A good place to start pushing is the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’s investigation into technology that prevents children from dying in hot cars from heat stroke, or hyperthermia.
NHTSA convened a major roundtable on child hyperthermia last July in Washington.
It since has hosted numerous town hall meetings in hot-weather states with health professionals, victims, law enforcement and concerned parents to gather information as part of a nationwide effort to step up child heatstroke education and prevention. Read Article