该表还揭示了另一个令人大开眼界的现实：三分之二的温度峰值发生在前20分钟内！这就是为什么司机不要让儿童，老人或宠物在停放的汽车里停留任何时间 – 无论看起来多么短暂 – 因为与你的想法相反，大部分的温度上升发生了在最初的几分钟内。就像过度暴露在高温下会导致中暑和体温过高等热病，所以可以更快，因为它们会更快。这会导致体温过高甚至死亡。幼儿和婴儿，老人和宠物最容易患上热病，因为他们的身体在调节温度方面不太熟练。 （孩子的体温比成人的体温快3到5倍。）如果你认为你可以通过破窗来避免热车的危险，那就再想一想。根据同样的圣何塞大学研究，汽车内部窗户的温度每隔5分钟以3.1°F的速度上升，而封闭式窗户则为3.4°F。这还不足以显着抵消。遮阳篷（挡风玻璃内的遮阳板）实际上是一种比开窗更好的冷却方法。它们可以将汽车的温度降低15度。对于更多的冷却动作，箔片类型的弹簧因为它们实际上将太阳的热量反射回玻璃并远离汽车。令人窒息的热车不仅不舒服，而且对您的健康也有害。迈凯轮，Null，Quinn。封闭车辆的热应力：中等环境温度导致封闭车辆温度显着上升。儿科学卷。 116 No. 1. 2005年7月。
The table also reveals another eye-opening reality: that two-thirds of the temperature spike happens within the first 20 minutes! This is why drivers are urged not to leave children, the elderly, or pets in a parked car for any amount of time — no matter how seemingly short — because contrary to what you’d think, the bulk of the temperature rise happens within those first few minutes. Just like overexposure to high air temperatures can cause heat illness such as heatstroke and hyperthermia, so can but even faster since because they. this leads to hyperthermia and possibly death. Young children and infants, the elderly, and pets are most susceptible to heat illness because their bodies are less skilled at regulating temperature. (A child’s body temperature warms 3 to 5 times faster than an adult’s.) If you think you can avoid the dangers of a hot car by cracking its windows, think again. According to the same San Jose University study, temperatures inside a car with its windows cracked down rise at a rate of 3.1 °F every 5 minutes, compared to 3.4 °F for closed windows. The just isn’t enough to significantly offset the . Sunshades (shades that fit inside the windshield) are actually a better cooling method than cracking windows. They can reduce your car’s temperature by as much as 15 degrees. For even more cooling action, spring for the foil type since these actually reflect the sun’s heat back through the glass and away from the car. A stifling hot car isn’t only uncomfortable, it’s also dangerous to your health. McLaren, Null, Quinn. Heat Stress from Enclosed Vehicles: Moderate Ambient Temperatures Cause Significant Temperature Rise in Enclosed Vehicles. Pediatrics Vol. 116 No. 1. July 2005.