Thursday, July 5, 2007

Children's vision not as good as adults, so keep them away from roads.

Children's field of vision is just one-third that of adults. That's enough reason to keep them away from roads.

Children below 10 have problems judging the speed of vehicles and distance, as well as the direction of sounds because of their brain development. They also tended to assume that drivers in the car could see them when they were trying to cross a road.

All parents: Remember "Children must be accompanied by adults. "

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