What kind of driver are you raising?
Source: Transportation Research Record, 2010
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In 2019, 24% of traffic fatalities involved someone drinking and driving (NCDOT Crash Facts).
In 2019, 43% of people killed on North Carolina roads were unbuckled at the time of the crash (NCDOT Crash Facts).
In 2019, over 25% of traffic fatalities involved speeding (NCDOT Crash Facts).
Congratulations! You have found the last clue! Welcome to the beach. Great job! On this Scavenger Hunt, you walked ¾ mile. Walking is a fun way to stay healthy and go adventuring! Fun facts about North Carolina beaches: North Carolina beaches provide nesting habitats for five of the seven endangered species of sea turtles, including […]
Welcome to location #15 of the Scavenger Hunt! You’re on a roll! (Or a walk?!) At this crosswalk, let’s practice the SEP method again and focus on eye contact. SHOW: Demonstrate how to look at drivers and make eye contact before crossing. EXPLAIN: Talk with your child about why eye contact is so important. […]