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    • Necessary Steps For Road Safety
      Submitted By
      Mike Shawn
    • CONTENTS
      • Child passenger safety
      • Child passenger safety facts
      • Tips for our safety
      • Safety tips for the road
    • CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY
      • Teaching families how to carefully transport their children is the heart of the Safe Kids clasp up program.
      • Using car seats, booster seats and seat belts the correct way on each and every ride saves lives.
      • At these actions, child passenger safetytechnicians must teach families how to transport children properly.
      • They also help ensure each and everyone in a vehicle is buckled up on every ride. You will find them in important locations like General Motors dealerships, hospitals, community centers and shopping centers all around the country.
    • Child Passenger Safety Facts
      • Motor vehicle transportcrashes are the foremost cause of death along with children ages 3 to 14.
      • Appropriately used child safety seats are really effective and decrease the risk of death as much as 71%.
      • Nearly 73% of child restraints are not installed or used properly.
      • Almost half of kids 14 and below who died in crashes were totally unrestrained.
    • TIPS FOR OUR SAFETY
      • Keep your doors locked, safety belts buckled and children safe and protected in correctly installed security seats.
      • Don't let your gas tank decrease below 1/3 tank.
      • Reside on main roads and highways, and don't forget to take maps.
      • Bundle a flashlight, blanket and a first-aid kit. In cold climates, and also pack extra warm clothing.
      • If you are departing on a long trip, pack an emergency ration kit of water and nonperishable food items like fruit or granola bars.
      • When stopping for breaks, never allow kids go to the restroom alone. All the time lock motor vehicle doors, even if you will only be gone for a few minutes.
      • Acquire a cell phone in case of emergencies.
      • Do not stop to facilitate a disabled vehicle. In case, call for assist from a disburse phone or your cellular phone.
      • If stopping throughout night-time travel, decide a well-lighted, peopled facility. Park where your motor vehicle can be seen.
      • If approached by someone though your vehicle is stopped, stay your doors locked and only move your window down adequate to hear what the person is saying.
    • TIPS FOR OUR SAFETY
      Every 18 seconds somebody is caught up with an auto accident; and every 11 minutes somebody dies. Here are some street-smart strategies each and every driver must practice:
      • Be careful at intersections, a risk zone. Intersections can be dangerous because there are several of distractions: turning cars, pedestrians and red-light runners. Guide clear of unpredictable drivers. Let a tailgater pass you.
      • Remain your eyes on the road transport. Chatting on a cell phone or reading a map can divert you and go ahead to an accident. Keep in mind that a diverted driver could also be near you. Drive carefully.
      • Be attentive close to parked cars. Someone might open a car door or pull out in front of you.
      • Don’t drive sleep-deprived. Sleep is not a stuff of determination, but a biological require. If you become tired, pull off the road and get some rest.
      • While passing another car, get past the driver’s sightless spot as speedily and carefully as possible.
      • Be familiar with your brakes. Most cars have antilock brakes, which need a driver to concern a firm and constant pressure on the pedal.
      • Don’t drive through water. A little amount of water can put out of action a vehicle in seconds.
      • Don’t forget the fundamentals: clip your seatbelt, limit loose objects in your car and essential thing is lock your doors.
      • In rainy weather, go away extra space between you and the car ahead.
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