Children absorb driving behaviours from age 3 when they start to take notice of the driver and how they behave. The Zoo Song was developed to communicate those risky driving behaviours to young people who is turn will have the confidence to speak up if they feel unsafe. We’ve developed a new road safety animation to help to spread our life-saving messages to a younger audience and their parents. Help your child to speak up when they don’t feel safe in a vehicle by teaching them our zoo song. (click the image to play the video)
Cheetah – The Cheetah is always in a hurry. He drives too fast for the road conditions. Stop, Stop, Stop… Make sure the car can stop in time should there be an emergency.
Parrot – The Parrot does not concentrate on her driving always too busy using a mobile phone. Stop, Stop, Stop… Put the phone away and you are much less likely to have a crash.
Rhino – The Rhinoceros does not put on a seatbelt to drive. Stop, Stop, Stop… It is very important that everyone wears a seatbelt in the car. Being hit with the force of a charging rhino would be very painful.
Peacock – The Peacock drove dangerously showing off to his friends. Stop, Stop, Stop… the best drivers are the smoothest and safe drivers.
We were delighted to be invited to attend the ‘Young Driver Focus’ event at the RAC Club in London on 1st May 2019. This gave us a fantastic opportunity to launch our new and improved range of educational materials for driving instructors relaying life saving road safety messages to learner drivers. Our Ambassador Sgt Olly …
A haulier, police problem solvers and a Police and Crime Commissioner have teamed up to launch a campaign
Alan has been an ADI since 2001, however driving has been a love and hobby for all of his life.
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Roger Tull is an independent ADI, working in and around Southampton. He has been a driving instructor for 16 years
Jerry Mitchell is a parent who spoke movingly at a Safe Drive, Stay Alive event in Dorset
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Exeter Marathon takes place on Sunday 19 May. The Honest Truth has five free places for this event.
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