Passenger Safety in Good Weather and Bad: Essential Information from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety
Are you wondering how to bundle your toddlers into their car seats when they are wearing puffy snowsuits? Do you worry that your child’s school bus doesn’t have seat belts? And what about the dangers of bus stops when snow begins to pile up? Heather Darby is a passenger safety expert from the MN Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety, and she brings a wealth of helpful information to her discussion with Marti & Erin in this week’s Mom Enough show. Whether your children are tots or teens, you will be glad you listened!
What specific steps are you taking to make sure your children, whatever their ages, are as safe as possible in cars and on the school bus? What kinds of things make it difficult for you to use best safety practices, especially during the varied weather of late fall and winter? Share your thoughts in the REPLY space below!
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