Heatstroke: Get Involved

Where's Baby? Get involved: Fight against leaving children in hot cars
Kids in Hot Cars
While the full scope of the fatalities of children due to heatstroke in vehicles is not fully known, NHTSA and other safety advocates and academic institutions have recognized the safety threat heatstroke poses for young children left in hot cars. Together, the Federal Government, automakers, car seat manufacturers, health and safety advocates, consumer groups, and others are working together to tackle this important safety issue.

Earned Media Sample Templates

Take the Pledge   News Release   Fact Sheet

Ray Ray's Pledge against leaving kids alone in cars
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News Release Template: Risks of heatstroke to kids in hot carsDownload Fact Sheet Template: Children left in cars and heatstrokeDownload
Safety Tips Letter to the Editor   Op-Eds for States
Safety Tips Template for Parents and Caregivers: Children in hot cars and heatstrokeDownload Letters to the Editor Template: Children in hot cars and heatstrokeDownload  
 
 

Logos

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Vertical Logo for 'Where's Baby? Look before you lock.' Don't leave kids alone in hot cars.Download Horizontal Logo for 'Where's Baby? Look before you lock.' Don't leave kids alone in hot cars.Download

Radio Public Service Announcements (PSA)

"A Really Good Parent" "Don't Forget About Us"    
Children in Hot Cars Radio PSA: Good ParentDownload Children in Hot Cars Radio PSA: Don't forget about usDownload

Other Materials

Poster Poster   Poster
Child Heatstroke in Cars Poster: He's a KillerDownload Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Poster: Always, always check before you walk awayDownload
Poster Poster   Poster
Child Heatstroke in Cars Poster: Don't forget about usDownload Child Heatstroke in Cars Poster: Even great parents forgetDownload Child Heatstroke in Cars Poster: A teddy bear could save your child's life.Download
Bill Stuffer Day Care Tip Card   Window Cling
Child Heatstroke in Cars: Bill StufferDownload Child Heatstroke in Cars: Day Care Tip CardDownload Child Heatstroke in Cars: Window ClingDownload
Web Banner Web Banner   Web Banner
Child Heatstroke in Cars Web Banner: Angry sun, 160x600Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Web Banner: Angry sun, 300x250Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Web Banner: Angry sun, 728x90Download
Web Banner Web Banner   Web Banner
Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 160x600Download Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 728x90Download Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 300x250Download
Web Banner Web Banner   Web Banner
Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 160x600Download Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 728x90Download Children in Hot Cars Web Banner, 300x250Download
Infographic Infographic   Infographic
Child Heatstroke in Cars Infographic: It only takes a car 10 minutes to heat up 20 degrees and become deadly.Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Infographic: Children who died of heatstroke in the U.S.Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Infographic: Keep your car locked so a child can't get trapped inside and die from heatstrokeDownload
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Child Heatstroke in Cars Infographic: Children who died from heatstroke and where forgotten by a caregiver.Download Child Heatstroke in Cars Infographic: When a child's temperature reaches 107 degrees, they die.Download