Congress urged to pass easy auto safety fixes that will save kids’ lives

April 29, 2013

Congress urged to pass easy auto safety fixes that will save kids’ lives Consumers Union* KIDS AND CARS * ADVOCATES FOR HIGHWAY AND AUTO SAFETY September 6, 2006 Motor Vehicle Dangers That Are An Easy Fix Continue to Kill and Injure Children Safety Groups, Survivor Advocates, and Members of Congress Urge  Passage of Safety Law […]

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Congress urged to pass easy auto safety fixes that will save kids’ lives

Congress urged to pass easy auto safety fixes that will save kids’ lives Consumers Union* KIDS AND CARS * ADVOCATES FOR HIGHWAY AND AUTO SAFETY September 6, 2006 Motor Vehicle Dangers That Are An Easy Fix Continue to Kill and Injure Children Safety Groups, Survivor Advocates, and Members of Congress Urge  Passage of Safety Law […]

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Two-year-old dies after she was left in the car and got her head trapped in the power window

April 3, 2012

4/3/2012 Daily News – Laura Cox Safety experts have long been campaigning for auto-reverse sensors to be mandatory on vehicle power windows. Learn More: 2012-04-03-daily-mail

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Two-year-old dies after she was left in the car and got her head trapped in the power window

4/3/2012 Daily News – Laura Cox Safety experts have long been campaigning for auto-reverse sensors to be mandatory on vehicle power windows. Learn More: 2012-04-03-daily-mail

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Keep Your Kids Safe from Power Window Accidents

January 4, 2012

1/4/2012 Presented by Pamela Reyhan, Allstate Auto Insurance Power windows have the capacity to exert enough force to fracture or crush bones or even strangle a child. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) study estimated that approximately 2,000 emergency room visits each year are caused by power windows. Learn More: 2012-01-04-allstate-power-window-partner-article

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Keep Your Kids Safe from Power Window Accidents

1/4/2012 Presented by Pamela Reyhan, Allstate Auto Insurance Power windows have the capacity to exert enough force to fracture or crush bones or even strangle a child. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) study estimated that approximately 2,000 emergency room visits each year are caused by power windows. Learn More: 2012-01-04-allstate-power-window-partner-article

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