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How to Drive Safely Around Children


Look carefully for children on foot or on bicycles when backing out of a driveway or exiting a garage.


Slow down and be alert for children in neighborhoods with school zones.


Be on the lookout for children walking in streets that lack sidewalks.


Watch for children playing near or waiting at bus stops.


Drive carefully in neighborhoods where children might dart out from behind a parked car, either on foot or on a bike.


Observe the flashing signal lights that school buses use to warn drivers. Flashing yellow signals an imminent stop, while flashing red means the bus is loading or unloading children. Drivers must stop their cars until the red lights stop flashing and the bus starts moving again.

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