There’s something about summertime that brings with it the longing to get outside, head down the highway and explore. It’s the perfect time to embark on a roadtrip with the family.
While preparing, it’s important to remember that summertime road trips also mean summertime heat. Of course, the heat isn’t bad when you can roll down the window or turn up the air conditioning. When you’re an adult, you do these things yourself, but when you’re a young child or family pet, you can’t. That’s when the heat becomes a much more serious concern. In a matter of minutes the summertime heat can raise the temperature inside a car posing a serious health risk to your precious passengers.
Our law firm doesn’t want to see any summer road trips or days cut short by the tragic injury of a small child or a pet.
Don’t take that chance with your children or pets – follow the tips below to keep our little ones safe during these hot Georgia summers.
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