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National Child Passenger Safety Month Is On
It is September once again and it is the time to celebrate and spruce up the campaign towards informing everybody about child passenger safety. That is why September is actually referred to as the National Child Passenger Safety Month. This month-long campaign is actually a program that is sponsored by the National Automobile Dealers Association, or NADA. It has been developed and cultivated with the NHTSA which is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and is an arm of the government.
And for this month, car dealerships, new or old, anywhere in and around the United States would be showing off their support for this month-long campaign. Their job is to actually host child safety seat inspections all throughout the month of September.
According to this month-long program’s organizers, the National Child Passenger Safety Month has been placed in this critical period for this is the same period when children start going back to school. With that thought, it also means that many children would be with their parents and grown ups on the road.
William Bradshaw is the NADA chairman and is currently one of the newest car dealers in the South Carolina region. He states, “Parents will do the right thing if they have the right information. Unfortunately, many parents don’t have the right information when it comes to child safety seats – and dealers want to change that.”
Though the right amount of Saab car parts made to ensure safety of passengers could help, it is also important to note that children should be protected much more compared to grown up passengers. In fact, the numbers of children who get seriously injured or even face death in car crashes can be really high that is why this campaign has been known to be very essential. In fact, statistics have it that there are more than 40,000 children under the age of four who get injured or who lose their lives because of car crashes. This is the annual report according to the data that the NHTSA has. The numbers are staggering and they are also very alarming.
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