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Road Safety Awareness

--- Smart Steps

Are you concerned about your child’s safety in the car and around traffic or whilst they are playing?

Smart Steps is part of the Road Aware program which aims to inform parents of young children about the aspects of passenger, pedestrian and play safety in their community.

The SDERA (School Drug Education and Road Aware) website and resources cover the latest in car restraint information, fun ways to engage children with road safety messages and how to make play environments safe for young children focussing on the importance of considering the safety of passengers, drivers and pedestrians in everyday life situations.

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