Two out of three children learn about driving safety from their parents. But only half of parents always wear their seat belts when driving.
  • Buckle up every time you're in the car, even on short trips: 75% of accidents occur within 25 miles of your home.
  • While frontal air bags are effective in frontal collisions, they offer little or no protection in side impact collisions.
  • Do not tailgate. Driving too close to the car in front of you is the leading cause of accidents.
  • Avoid using your cell phone while driving, especially while there are children aboard.
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