Patented seat is installed in demo SUV; GoFundMe campaign started for national safety campaign travels.

ONTARIO, CA – Feb. 26, 2018 – Lenard and Barb Ascher, longtime residents of Ontario, California, have made big strides in the world of child passenger safety technology. The past five years have been dedicated to developing their patented adjustable seat concept that aims to save the lives of children. The statistics are staggering – 1 in 3 child seats are not installed correctly. Over 75% of child passenger injuries are preventable.

The Aschers, who are semi-retired and help raise four grandchildren, have dedicated their efforts to seeing this child saving technology become a reality. Lenard Ascher is also a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. The seat technology is currently designed to be made available through new vehicles. The seat has multiple moving and adjustable parts so that children will no longer need a car seat once they outgrow the infant carrier. Equipped with smart technology software, the seat moves itself into position to assist adults in properly securing children for transport.

The latest demo version of this seat is installed in the Ascher’s late model Ford Explorer. Their goal is to travel to two very important national safety conferences taking place this year. The Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety in San Antonio, Texas in late April and the Kidz in Motion Conference in Broomfield, Colorado in late August.  Through their five-year investment into this concept, a GoFundMe Campaign has recently been created in hopes of gaining support for their travels to both conferences. This opportunity will allow the Aschers to provide in-person demonstrations of the adjustable seat technology to prominent safety executives and advocates in the industry.

Two videos have been released. To view the videos: Full Length (2:40) click here, Short Length (1:53) click here.

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