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  1. Definition of look before you leap in the Idioms Dictionary. look before you leap phrase. What does look before you leap expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
  2. The Look Before You Lock campaign reminds parents and carers that anyone can accidentally leave their child in a car. Tiredness, stress or a change in routine can all interfere with short-term memory, and there are strategies that can help create safer routines that lower the risk of this happening.
  3. Look Before You Leave! Before you hit the road, look before you leave. The spotted lanternfly is a bad bug, and may be waiting for its next ride out of town. Check your vehicle for these expert hitchhikers and be sure to leave them behind. A few careful seconds can .
  4. Jul 11,  · Make sure you look before you lock whenever you get out of the car.” 3. Leave an item you’ll need at your next destination in the backseat, such as your cell phone, purse, or briefcase. 4. Place your child’s car seat in the middle of the backseat rather than behind the driver. That way, it’s easier to see her in your rearview mirror.
  5. Look back before you leave my life Be sure before you close that door Before you roll those dice Baby, think twice Baby, think twice for the sake of our love, for the memory For the fire and the faith that was you and me Babe, I know it ain't easy when your soul cries out for a higher ground.
  6. Never leave a child in a vehicle unattended — even if the windows are partially open or the engine is running, and the air conditioning is on. Make it a habit to check your entire vehicle — front and back — before locking the door and walking away. Train yourself to Park, Look, Lock, or always ask yourself "Where's Baby?".
  7. Create a mental checklist to run through every time you leave the car, such as 'baby, keys, bag'. Get in the habit of checking your backseat every time you get out of the car. Check even if you know your child is not with you. This will help make looking before you lock part of your normal routine. Look Before you lock. Every time. Without fail.
  8. Look before you lock. Make it a habit to look before you lock, and try these tips to avoid putting children at risk of heatstroke. Keep your vehicle locked and keep your keys out of reach; nearly 3 in 10 heatstroke deaths happen when an unattended child gains access to a vehicle.

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