Back to school safety tips: Time for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians to think safety
from Corsicana Daily Sun
Just when summer is really starting to heat up in Texas, it is time for children to go back to school. Motorists will be sharing the roads with school buses, pedestrians, bicycle riders, and lots of new teen drivers taking their first car to school. According to the National Safety Council, teen car crashes spike in September when they are driving to and from school. Drivers young and old need to be vigilant because child pedestrians can be very unpredictable. They're easily distracted and can often run into traffic or out from behind parked cars. Looking out for children rather than expecting them to look out for us is our best defense as drivers.
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