TLS Discount On The ‘BackseatMinder’ Available For One More Month

child-sleeping-in-car[VIDEO] With the Summer quickly approaching, now may be a good time to take advantage of the BackseatMinder discount offered exclusively for TLS readers. 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. This device is great for those who accidentally leave their child in the car. But what about the parents who intentionally leave kids in the car while they run into the store for “just a minute”?

  2. It’s a shame that someone will try and financially benefit from the neglagence of a PARENT. How can 200 dollars make you remember something that is PRICELESS??
    If you forget your kids then you shouldn’t be a parent. No parent should need to buy something that reminds them. Oh yeah I have kids.

    Shame on you forgot taking care of your responsibilities in the dirt place. I would be embarrassed to say I bought one. My children are priceless.

  3. when i posted something about people in lakewood often forgetting their children in cars, i was labeled an anti-semi.

    now someone comes up with a device to prevent some careless acts; he is hailed as a hero…

    —-i dont get it?

  4. I applaud your effort to make it more affordable for everyone to get this device in their vehicles. For those of you complaining about someone “profiting” from the sale of these devices, people and institutions profit from lifesaving devices all the time. From X-ray machines to cancer doctors, those who are innovative enough to see a problem and come up with a solution should be proprerly compensated for their efforts. There is no shame in this.

    And don’t be so quick to cast blame on those who have accidentally left their children in a vehicle. It happens more often than anyone would care to admit. It’s only the tragedies we hear about, not the “oops” moments when mom or dad remembers before something bad happens. These aren’t evil people; they’re not trying to injure their children. People make mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes have tragic consequences. If you’ve never made a mistake in your life, then maybe you have the right to criticize, but I doubt any of us is perfect.

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