Car insurance: Liverpool safety drive uses props

Friday, 13 June 2008

A recent road safety drive in Liverpool was created with the intention of raising awareness about dangerous driving, something that may interest those who wish to keep their car insurance premiums intact.

The Child's Eye View: Practical Parenting in Road Safety, held at St Paul's and St Timothy's School, was delivered under the remit of the Department for Transport, reports the Daily Post.

Massive items were used to try and encourage mums and dads to consider how difficult it is for children to understand the world around them.

Leader of the initiative Steve Whitehouse, from the Local Authority Road Safety Officers Association, noted that this technique ought to be successful.

He told the news source: "Copycat learning is one of the key ways children form skills and establish their behaviour, so setting a bad example when it comes to road safety can have serious consequences."

Such a scheme ought to try and improve the nature of the roads for everybody, not just youngsters, Mr Whitehouse added.

In related news, a safety campaign put on in Norfolk - Don't Be a Loser - recently saw success at the Institute of Highways and Transportation awards.

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