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Safe Kids Worldwide

by Scott Handler
April 26, 2018

This guide has advice categorized by age group; from picking the right car seat for a newborn through to how parents can encourage their teen not to text and drive.

When you become a parent, you want to do everything you can to ensure the safety of your children. You teach them what you can about the world and hope that they grow up to be happy, responsible adults. And they will, in turn, learn that responsibility from you.

One of the first things that you are responsible for after having a child is road safety. You will be driving your child from the hospital and taking them with you wherever you go for the next 10 to 12 years, so as parents, you need to know how to ensure that your child is safe on the road at all times. Then, as they get older, you will be responsible for teaching them how to be safe in the cars they drive on their own. There are many things you need to know: which car seat to use, when it’s okay not to use one and how to talk to your children about driving safety.

 

Below is the link to the comprehensive guide for parents so they know how to keep their children safe on the road:

http://www.sr22insurance.net/a-comprehensive-guide-on-road-safety-for-parents/

 

 

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