As per kidsandcars.org, on average, 38 children die each year because of excessive heat exposure. Often parents and caregivers forget their kids behind who are then trapped inside the vehicle for hours together. Children’s bodies heat up three to five times faster than adults’. The temperature inside a parked car, even when the windows are partially down, can reach 125 degrees within minutes. Even when the windows are left slightly open, the temperature can still rise inside the car and does not slow down the heating process.