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Way to school
Primary school children are most often involved in road traffic accidents on their daily way to and from school as car passengers or pedestrians. As pedestrians, they are mainly involved in accidents when crossing the road. They pay too little attention to vehicle traffic or suddenly emerge behind visual obstacles. Securing the way to school and training the route to school are therefore essential for improving road safety in this age group.
Children of elementary school age must be secured in suitable child seats, even for short car journeys. It’s during this time that things become difficult, however, because many children no longer want to use their child seats. Because they are already “so big”, some parents believe an adult’s seat...Read more.