In 2018, the National Safety Council reported, that 52 children died in hot cars; that’s an average of one child fatality a week. A child’s body heats three to five times faster than an adult’s body, and a child’s major organs start shutting down when their body temperature reaches 104 degrees. A child can die when his or her temperature reaches 107 degrees. A cracked window won’t help, the car heats up in 10-minutes and a child can have a heat stroke even if it is in the ’50s outside. The Infaminder helps parents NEVER FORGET.