As a very happy new owner (one week), I have some safety concerns about my grandchildren riding in my vehicle. Two issues: Visibility of children in rear facing seats: Our granddaughter was very proud to have gotten out of her 5 point restraint prior to my opening the hatch. I again emphasized that she, and the other grandkids, always need to leave their seat belts fully buckled while riding. Another situation with her was while riding, she did not respond to my question...are you okay? Upon pulling off the highway, I found she had fallen asleep. Whewwww! Nothing serious. So with this issue, I feel that I need a way to visually see the kids in the rear. Are they okay? Any aftermarket ideas from my forum friends? (I can see my Tesla in my garage with my webcam 500 miles away, but wish I could see the kids in the rear, only 7 feet away.) Deaths due to children being left in a car: With over 40 children each year accidentally being forgotten and left in a car, none of us ever want that to happen to us. Several clever ideas have surfaced to remember a child is in the car, but as Tesla owners we should have an additional advantage. If the car can observe the driver has exited, with or without the key fob, it would seem obvious to me that some system could be programmed to remember children in the rear facing seat or a baby in the back seat (yet rear-facing carrier blocks our view of the baby). Or... If a simple application on the control screen, that the driver could press at the start of a trip that a child is in the car; a alert or alarm would sound AND appear when the driver exited the vehicle...Ooops..."kid(s) still in car! As a pediatrician, I take auto safety very seriously, as do most of my families. Tesla has an unique opportunity here to address both of these issues. Thanks for any comments of suggestions.