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It’s back to school – safety reminder to road users
26 April 2019
With children across South Australia heading back to school on Monday, 29 April, drivers are reminded to travel at 25km/h in school zones and when passing school buses picking up or dropping off children.
When children are present, there is a 25km/h speed limit between school zone signs and at crossings with flags or flashing lights.
Take care and be alert at all times. Children can be difficult to notice and are still developing their ability to judge the speed and distance of moving vehicles.
If you’re driving with children in your car, make sure that they are properly restrained and they get out safely when you have parked.
Follow the school’s procedures in designated drop-off zones and make sure you do not double park or park over driveways or crossings.
You might consider finding a park within easy walking distance of the school and walking for the last 100 metres. You’ll be just as quick and all children will be safer.
For parent resources to help plan a safe active journey to school, visit the Way2Go website (www.dpti.sa.gov.au/Way2Go/families/home).