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50% of parents pass on dangerous road habits

23 May 2008

THINK! launches roadshow to highlight dangers of copycat behaviour

Parents will be given a dramatic insight into how their own behaviour on the road can pass dangerous habits on to their children as Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick today launches a series of innovative workshops in schools across England .

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