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Children In and Around Cars - Report (Iain Goodwill Trust)Children In and Around Cars - Report (PDF 203 kb)
A report of evidence, including the results of an online survey, about the dangers of children being hit by cars reversing on driveways and children being injured when left alone in cars.

Child Safety on the Road

  • www.childcarseats.org.uk
    A website giving advice and information about choosing and using child car seats.
  • Carrying Other People's Children Safely (PDF 429 kb)
    A booklet giving advice about using child seats and seat belts for anyone who transports other people's children in a car, taxi, bus or coach.
  • Children In and Around Cars (PDF 43 kb)
    Advice about how to avoid the dangers of children being hit by cars reversing on driveways and to ensure that children are not able to get hold of the car keys.
  • Children In and Around Cars - Report (PDF 203 kb)
    A report of evidence, including the results of an online survey, about the dangers of children being hit by cars reversing on driveways and children being injured when left alone in cars.
  • Road Safety Resources for Teachers
    Resources designed to help schools and teachers incorporate road safety education into lessons and school activities. They are, where appropriate, linked to curriculum areas and are tailored to different age groups.
  • Road Safety Resources for Parents
    Advice for parents on child road safety.
  • Road Safety Projects Sheet
    A series of road safety projects for children and young people.
  • Child Car Seat Film
    A RoSPA film entitled “Carrying Children Safely”, which demonstrates what to consider when choosing, buying and fitting child car seats.

For all Child Safety enquiries telephone: +44 (0)121 248 2000 or email: help@rospa.com

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