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Road safety campaign aims to change drivers' behaviour

8th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A new road safety campaign has been launched at a Port Talbot school in a bid to change the behaviour of inconsiderate drivers.

The South Wales Evening Post reported that Groes Primary School has been handed complaints from a number of residents in the nearby Bertha Road, with parents blocking drives and parking on pavements.

The campaign has been launched by the police and the local authority in a bid to improve the behaviour of dangerous drivers.

Louise Jefford, head teacher of Groes Primary School, told the news provider: "We are hoping they will want to waive the fine and speak to the pupils. They have got some hard-hitting questions for them, like 'what if you had knocked me over' and 'your parking could have caused an accident, what would you say to my parents?"

It is advisable for parents to park away from a school and walk to meet their children if car parks become congested.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801553344-ADNFCR


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