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Written By Eva Brindisi Pearlman | September 11, 2017
Though we should always remain completely alert on the road, when school is back in session, there are more reasons to take precautions. Buses will be making sudden stops that you may not be used to on your morning or evening commute. There will also be more children crossing the road to get to their bus or home. The speed limit in school zones is vital during this time of year, as children may be playing outside or walking to school. Drivers must be prepared for anything.
As previously stated, school buses will be making sudden stops you may not be familiar with while you are driving to or from work. It is essential to pay attention to the warning lights when the bus is about to stop. You must never pass a school bus with its lights on. No matter how late you are in the morning, there is no excuse for putting the lives of kids in danger. These school buses are carrying our precious children, and it is our responsibility as drivers to do everything we can to avoid a car accident and keep them safe.
As drivers, we can take a few precautions to keep children safe while traveling to school. Take a look at our top 5 tips:
As a parent, we can also help our children stay safe on the school bus by creating a few rules for them to follow.
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