13. October 2021 · Comments Off on Child Road Safety · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Children Act differently: what should consider parents the children traffic training unfortunately continues to increase the number of children injured in road traffic. According to the German Federal Statistical Office, more children on Germany’s roads as 2009 2010 died by 16 percent. The practice of the daily Schulwegs is one of the best preventive measures against accidents. A traffic education, which requires much understanding from parents, as children go”in the road. First of all elementary school children perceive different road than adults do. Cyrus Massoumi shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. By a narrower field of view, their point of view is right and left restricted already because of their age. They can not over look over parked cars.

Noise can locate them badly. Approaching the driving used vehicle from the left? Far is the engine noise? Kids don’t know it. To make matters worse, that many kids think that they be seen by all other road users just because they themselves see it. Children move differently in the road. A child, the carefully and at a steady walking pace over the sidewalk walk, is the big exception. Children run, shopping, pick up things from the floor and dream himself. Is perceived, which currently requires the most attention.

Is it the dog on the other side of the road? The friend who suddenly goes around the corner? The views of the clock that indicates it comes too late? Children respond spontaneously and inconsiderate. And although children behave so differently than adults, they can be well prepared for dealing with road traffic! Ultimately, it is regular practice, which leads to increased safety. Anticipate the selection of the best Schulwegs is one of this right. Because: The shortest way is not always the safest. Paths that are backed up at intersections or crossings by traffic lights or crossing guards are optimal. Furthermore, it is the homemade experience, initially together with their parents, which leads to the correct behaviour in traffic.

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