Heat stroke is a serious risk for children left unattended in cars. The Kids and Cars organization reports that on average 38 children will die from heat stroke in a vehicle each year. Most of these children were left in the car unintentionally. The technology currently exists to prevent these tragic deaths, such as rear-seat reminder systems within a vehicle or alerts from a 3rd party device or application. But, until car manufacturers voluntarily incorporate this technology in all vehicles or the NHTSA forces manufacturers to do so, these tragic deaths will continue. Because even the most caring parent can become distracted. To help prevent your child from becoming a victim, please visit the Kids and Cars website for tips on how to avoid heat stroke tragedies.