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Children's On-Line Game Launched

20 November 2009

An innovative online game to help reduce the number of children killed and injured on Britain's roads has been launched by DfT.

'The Code of Everand' uses a virtual world to help children develop skills - such as finding a safe place to cross and planning ahead - which will help them to stay safe in the real world.

More information is available here.

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