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Children and Road Safety

20 April 2007

The IAM Motoring Trust has produced Children and road safety: a guide for parents http://www.iamtrustchildsafety.org.uk/ It identifies where and when children in five distinct age groups are at most risk on the road, and offers advice on what parents can do to minimise the risk.

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