Hot Car Education State Laws
Ariya’s Act (SB 554) - 2024 PROPOSED BILL
The bill would designate April as “Hot Car Death Prevention Month” in the state of Florida to raise awareness of the dangers of leaving children unattended in motor vehicles and how to prevent hot car deaths from occurring. The Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health, local governments, and other agencies are encouraged to sponsor events that promote public awareness and education on the dangers of leaving children unattended in motor vehicles and how to prevent hot car deaths. Learn More
AN ACT relating to increasing awareness of the danger of heatstroke for a child left unattended in a motor vehicle (HB 2574)
A hospital, birthing center, physician, nurse midwife, or midwife who provides prenatal care to a pregnant woman during gestation or at delivery of an infant shall provide the woman and the father of the infant, if possible, or another adult caregiver for the infant, with a resource pamphlet that includes the danger of heatstroke for a child left unattended in a motor vehicle.