by Cara Mason |
After the Government’s road safety budget for children has dropped by 98 per cent in three years, Martin Howard, Brake Spokesman, and James Barclay, AXA Spokesman, take a look at whether enough is being done to keep our children safe on the roads.
Over two thirds of parents are concerned over their child’s safety when it comes to the roads in Britain, especially the ones they must cross to get to school.
Over 80 per cent of parents have said they would like more information on a school’s road safety as it would influence the decision of which school to send their child to.
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