If a parent decides to transport their child to the hospital on tjheir own after an accident like the one you describe, they should be charged with reckless endangerment. Such transporting of injured individuals should be left to experts.
And if that completely ends all motor vehicle accidents, the ban can be rescinded.B. Engineers are working on cars that will "drive themselves". This will nearly eliminate the issue.
Laws don't ask, they force.C. All we ask is that the smoker pull down their windows, or wait until his kids aren't present.
I've reread this about 5 times and it still is not making sense to me. Are you saying that car crashes involving children aren't preventable? If so, you are wrong. I've described an impossibly simple way to prevent them.This should be enforced because it is preventable, unlike car crashes, which removal of children will actually be more harmful to the children.
Are you also saying that this prevention would be more harmful to children? If so, I simply laugh at the absurdity of your claim and ask you to provide at just one single shred of evidence to support the idea that children not being in cars is more harmful than children being in cars (which is, to stress the point, the #1 cause of death and serious injury for children under the age of 18).
The only noticeable negative effect my proposal would have is that it would inconvenience many parents who would need to put their child's safety above their own convenience.