x2I'm kind of torn on this issue:
1. It can save a life of child,
2. If someone is stupid enough to leave their child in a parked car on a hot day, do you really want their offspring surviving?
With a mounted child seat the seat belt is always buckled, with or without a kid. :miff:It would be easy to have a circuit warn you when any of your back seat belts are fastened if you shut off the car, then if it is not unfastened within 30 seconds your horn starts honking...
Actually, yes, and no, since many people, like myself use the LATCH system.With a mounted child seat the seat belt is always buckled, with or without a kid. :miff:
Well, thats standard occupant classification sensing, which is already done in the front seats.Pressure sensitive seat could be used in the rear to remind you if your child is in the car or not...If the seatbelt is buckled and the load is 20+lbs or so above the tare weight of just the car seat.
It would need a bypass switch incase you had brake rotors back there or something though :sonicjay:
Bones idea makes the most sense
Oh, I don't. But I know my brother can't get both his young kids in the car simultaneously. So he gets his 3yr old into the car, then going inside, and gets his one year old and buckles her in.Child Protective Services considers leaving a child in a car unattended a form of neglect. Think about that the next time you leave your child in the car and run into a store.
I don't think you are jesus.....haha