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Passengers aged 14 and over – think about these points, one day, just one of them could save your life:

  • Are you sure that the driver is legal, not drunk or on drugs and will drive considerately?
  • If not, have a ‘Plan B’ – money for a taxi, phone number for a reliable friend or relative who can collect you.
  • Wear your seat belt, every journey, for the whole journey.
  • Make sure that you wear the seat belt correctly (the diagonal section of the belt must be over your shoulder, not under your arm).
  • If you feel unsafe as a passenger, speak up.
  • Keep distraction to a minimum and let the driver concentrate.

 

Drivers – you are responsible for the passengers in your car.

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