Make children "backseat drivers".

Position:YOUR LIFE - Brief Article

In 2003, an average of six children under age 15 were killed every day in motor vehicle crashes; 694 more were injured. That is why the National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, D.C., has been working to promote its child passenger safety recommendations to legislators and advocacy groups around the country.

For instance, it is estimated that children ages 12 and under are 33% less likely to die in a crash if seated in the rear of a passenger vehicle. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that up to one-third of children ages four to seven--and even some infants and toddlers--are allowed...

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