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Safety Tips

Frontovers and Backovers Prevention for Little Kids


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

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Don’t allow children to play unattended in parking lots when cars are present.