Please take a moment, read and share these helpful tips:
-Wear a seat belt on every trip, no matter how short.
-Make sure children are buckled up in a car seat, booster seat or seat belt.
-Be mindful of the environment and be cautious when crossing the road. Use sidewalks and avoid jaywalking.
-Walk facing traffic and make yourself visible when walking at night.
-Wear a helmet and reflective gear when on a bike, skateboard, scooter or other motor vehicle.
-Avoid texting, eating, using the phone or grooming while driving.
-Be a designated driver. Don’t drink and drive, let others drink and drive, or get into a vehicle with someone who has been drinking.
-Avoiding driving while you are tired.
-Discuss your rules of the road and ask your teen to pledge to avoid speeding, texting and having multiple passengers while driving.
For these and other tips - check out the American Public Health Association website.
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