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Kidsandcars.org recommends the following things to help parents remember their child is in the backseat:
1. Keep a large stuffed animal in the child’s seat when it’s not occupied. When the child is placed in the seat, put the stuffed animal in the front passenger seat. It’s a visual reminder that anytime the stuffed animal is up front, you know the child is in the backseat in a safety seat.
2. Put something you’ll need like your cell phone, handbag, employee ID or brief case on the floorboard in the back seat. 
3. If your child doesn’t show up to daycare or school at the expected time, arrange to have an administrator call you to check in. Make sure all adults know your child’s routine and any changes you make to it. – See more at: https://www.charlotteparent.com/community/blogs/details.php?2441#sthash.gj9b68Pm.dpuf