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Baby monitor for the car

tangent

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Feb 2, 2018
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I am just afraid that anything that would distract you from being an attentive driver could easily bring regrettable experience. My wife and I decided not to have mirrors or cameras for that reason, and we would opt to pull off the road to check on the baby instead of taking our eyes off the road in a moving vehicle. We also talked to safety experts that in the event of crash, these add-on's could become safety hazards to babies because they could smash or fall on them.
 

outie

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May 22, 2016
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I am just afraid that anything that would distract you from being an attentive driver could easily bring regrettable experience. My wife and I decided not to have mirrors or cameras for that reason, and we would opt to pull off the road to check on the baby instead of taking our eyes off the road in a moving vehicle. We also talked to safety experts that in the event of crash, these add-on's could become safety hazards to babies because they could smash or fall on them.
This is indeed the safest advice. My wife was checking on the mirror of our crying kids when driving and she ended up hitting someone's mail box and scratched the whole side of the car.
 
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