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Little kids have endless energy, stamina and imagination, and they’re always looking for a fun place to play. Here are a few tips to help your little ones learn that cars and driveways are not that place.Little kids have endless energy, stamina and imagination, and they’re always looking for a fun place to play. Here are a few tips to help your little ones learn that cars and driveways are not that place.

Top Safety Tips

  • We know you’re often in a hurry, but before you drive away, take a few seconds to walk all the way around your parked car to check for children.
  • When checking for kids around your vehicle, see if anything that could attract a child, such as a pet, bike or toy, is under or behind your vehicle before getting in and starting the engine.
  • Identify and use safe play areas for children, away from parked or moving vehicles. Teach kids to play in these areas instead of in, around or behind a car.
  • Accompany little kids when they get in and out of a vehicle. Hold their hands while walking near moving vehicles or in driveways and parking lots or on sidewalks.
  • Don’t allow children to play unattended in parking lots when cars are present.