An Indonesian man is being lauded as a hero this week after plucking two children out of the path of a runaway vehicle with a superhuman feat of agility.
The epidemic of Chinese children falling out of their parents' vehicles into traffic continues apace.
Have parents unknowingly been putting their kids in the wrong seat all along?
A bill has passed through the Virginia House of Delegates this week that would make it illegal to smoke in a car with a child under the age of eight.
The day before Halloween, police responded to a report that a child was in the trunk of a car, only to discover the car was a Tesla Model S.
Smokers who light up in vehicles with children inside will face fines in England and Wales due to a new ban that went into effect Thursday.
Another driver uploaded a video last week of a youngster driving the family car down a crowded freeway with an older man in the passenger seat.
A woman in Missouri was furious after she watched a video of her ex-husband allowing their elementary school-aged son to drive an 18-wheel semi truck.
Police have released the 911 recording of a Massachusetts man who left his one-year-old daughter in the back of his car Wednesday while on his way to work.
Some kids ride home from school in a school bus. Others get picked up by their parents or nannies, or by carpool with other parents. Some walk or ride their bikes, or take public transportation. But Baily Deeter of Atherton, CA, simply hits a button on his iPhone and orders a cab from Uber.
According to a new study from Michigan State University, kids are 39 percent more likely to buy cars from the brands their parents support.
A Michigan cop who pulled over a car last week for an unrestrained child decided to go above and beyond the call of duty by buying the struggling mother a car seat, rather than give her a ticket.
A frantic mother called Tampa police Saturday afternoon after accidentally locking her child in her car, only to be told by dispatch that the police wouldn't come out unless the child was in distress.
After five minutes of sitting in a hot car, Terry Williams was drenched with sweat. After ten minutes, he felt like the air had been sucked out of his lungs. After 15 minutes, he got out of the car.
Leaving a child alone in the car is dangerous enough, which is why one Philadelphia area mom left her 6-year-old some protection close at hand: A loaded gun.