Hot weather brings its own demands on drivers, passengers and the vehicles themselves.
It is only right that priority should be given to ensuring that passengers, particularly younger people/infants, are not exposed to too much heat both when parking and when driving.
It can happen harmlessly and requires constant checks to make sure everything is in order, as drivers usually focus on getting to the next leg of the journey before doing so.
The drivers themselves must ensure that they wear good sunglasses to avoid tiring eyes.
Have two pairs: one that you leave in the car permanently. Otherwise I keep forgetting to take a pair with me.
And of course the car itself. With the heat we are currently experiencing it is important that the tires and oil level are in order and that there is enough water to keep the windscreen clean. In particular, make sure the younger passengers are properly seated and buckled.
Enjoy the sunshine.
https://www.independent.ie/life/motoring/car-news/keeping-everyone-in-the-car-safe-on-those-long-drives-in-the-sunshine-41900855.html To keep everyone in the car safe on long drives in the sun