As Warm Weather Approaches, TLS Negotiates Lower Price On Lifesaving Device

child sleeping in car[VIDEO] All too often, Chaveirim or Police receive a frantic call in the midst of a Summer day “Please hurry, my baby is locked in the car”. Unfortunately, there have been too many tragic and close to tragic such instances over the past few years in Lakewood alone.

A study found that even at 9 a.m. with an outside temperature of 82 degrees, the closed vehicle registered 109 degrees inside in just minutes. When the outside temperature rose to 112 degrees at 1:30 p.m., the closed vehicle reached 124 degrees. Those temperatures can prove fatal after several minutes.

Therefore, as a service to the community and in order to prevent future such instances, we have negotiated a special reduced price on the ‘BackseatMinder’ for TLS readers.

The ‘BackseatMinder’ is life saving device, which was invented and being sold by CSO Radio of Lakewood. The device is a technologically advanced product that anticipates real life situations and any time a child is placed in the back seat of a vehicle, the driver will be forced to re-open the rear door. (Watch video for a detailed description of the device). The regular price for this product is $249.00 including installation. TLS readers will receive an instant $50 discount, which brings it to $199.00 including installation.

Call 732-942-1101 and mention TLS for the instant discount. (Valid only until June 30, 2011).

Please note: TLS is not profiting from any sales. This is done solely as a service for the community.

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  1. I don’t understand how a parent can forget they put their child in their car, when my children were infants I always placed my purse in the back seat next to the child, this way i had to go into the back seat to get it along with my life and joy my child.

  2. I have an idea, why don’t we place our cell phones in the back seat next to the child, this way you won’t forget your child but you won’t be able to talk and drive on the phone what a safe idea all around

  3. to #2 brillant brillant idea, much cheaper that a bell to remind you that your child is in the back seat, now this is a great idea why didn’t i think of this

  4. If you can forget about your child in the backseat what else are you forgetting to do for your children? Some parents need to stop with all the extra stuff filling up their mind and day to not forget about your child.

  5. to #7 how right you are I can’t comprehend how one can forget the child in a car, I still like the idea of placing ones phone in the back with the child, won’t forget your kid and won’t talk and drive at the same time

  6. I could not stop laughing at the comments here that are : ” I dont know how a parent could forget a child – i put something next to them to remind me”

    You just answered your own question. The fact that you have to put your wallet next to your child means you COULD forget your child, and need a reminder. So a silly question gets a silly answer

  7. to #9 maybe you should stop laughing it has happend here in lakewood and other states also, maybe put your cell phone in the back seat will not only forget to get your child but you won’t talk on your cell phone while driving .

  8. to ha ha how can you laugh about something that does happen. do you have children. can you imagine if you forgot your child on a hot day, I hope you never do, and putting a phone in the back seat is not a bad idea,

  9. is there any way to change the timer, three minutes seems like a long time to put a kid in a seat – especially the snap n goes.

  10. To the “creators” of this video, when promoting child safety, please put the car seat in correctly. The handle bar of the car seat should be snapped back into place, and not left up while driving.

  11. To # 2 the facts are yes I’ve researched it that if you need to do something ie put a cell phone there or a bell it doesn’t get used this is a device that’s always on similar to a headset if your going arount the corner your not going to put it on you will just talk on the phone that’s why they sell “parots” which also don’t need to be charged and are always on. In matter of fact lakewood is NOT the highest in this at all florida has the most deaths!
    What’s 3 minutes if you wait 3 seconds with the door open it will activate only if you turn on the car within a certain period then when you turn off you have 60 seconds till horn beeps an sos signal! The reason for the 3 second rule is that it shouldn’t activate if you just throw your hat jacket or breif case in the back but its impossible to put an infant in a car seat in under 3 seconds!

  12. to #16 you should check your spelling its embarrassed and yes you are, who cares if you are going around the block you should not be using your cell phone. it’s the law, I would rather put my cell phone in the back seat with the child, it less expensive then a bell.

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