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The Hot Car Act of 2016 and Chrysler

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Old 12-10-2016, 04:42 AM
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Hi guys,

For decades already an average of 37 kids (and way more pets, including police k9's!) die in US every year when forgotten in hot cars. Finally on 9/15/2016 the lawmakers stepped in with the Hot Car Act of 2016 that will soon make a reminder/lifesaver mandatory in every car on US roads. The automakers saw that coming and are now trying their best to be ready and outSMART the competition. But what I reviewed so far has nothing to do with the word SMART ...


For instance Chevy (Safety features promoted at Auto Show | WCNC.com) is proposing the "10 minutes rule" which is too ridiculous to even comment on it. But what made my jaw hit the floor was Tesla's "less than 105F" *solution*: Tesla keeps pets and kids cool with software update 8.0 . Yeah right, since it's a well-known fact that kids and pets are flourishing at 104F ...


What is going on? Did Chrysler start working on a device to comply with the new rules soon to be implemented? I just wonder whether Chrysler's New Product Dept. ever heard of the most reliable and affordable reminder: Never Forget Us!
 
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