The only way to get kids to school is to take them to a local park.
But this doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to get them there safely.
NCTA research shows how to get around town with your kids.
Here are 10 tips.
It’s worth pointing out that the National Cycling Authority, which provides road safety advice, advises motorists not to travel in the centre of town because of road closures.
This is because it is dangerous to cross the road in the middle of the night and also because the road becomes slippery at night, leading to the risk of collisions with cars and pedestrians.
You should, however, check your road map before you set out, so you don’t have to take your kids to their destination at the last minute.
The National Cycling Alliance recommends parents get a vehicle with a seatbelt and seat belt guards on at all times and keep children on the back seat if they need a ride.
You can get a car to your house with these features.
But you can also get a taxi or public transport that will take your children, and you can use the road for this purpose.
And, in the most extreme cases, parents can drive your kids back to the nearest safe area at the end of the day, and they will be able to drive home.
But be careful.
If you can’t reach the children at school, they can easily find themselves at a loss.
There are also a number of other tips that can help to make sure your kids are getting the right education and can make it home safely.
Here’s a selection of them: Find a safe park.
It’s easy to miss your kids if you drive in a park.
If there is a busy road, try to park in a quiet, private place, with lots of shade.
If it is a popular park, there’s a good chance there will be lots of other people out and about, and the road may be blocked off.
If a road is not available, try going to another park or a public park.
Find a park with a designated walking route.
Find out which ones are best for your kids and where they are usually found.
It might be easy to see from your car, but a car’s GPS can tell you if it is safe to park.
Look out for other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and cars on the road.
If your kids see something suspicious, say so.
Know where your children can get help.
If something goes wrong, get help to get home.
Call 000 or the National Emergency Hotline on 131 444.