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Road safety charity calls on motorists to slow down in Preston

21st November 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Road safety charity Brake is working with Lea Community Primary School to launch the Go 20 campaign, which aims to keep drivers' speeds slow in residential areas.

The project underlines the differences between stopping distances when people are driving at 20mph and 30mph, while reminding motorists about the hazards of travelling too fast, reports the Lancashire Evening Post.

Speaking to the news provider, headteacher Trevor Hart said: "This campaign is all about road safety and getting the message out to the children that people need to be slowing down. They can then be educating their parents."

Mr Hart noted that children telling drivers to slow down is a "very powerful" message.

His comments come after reported that warning signs have been introduced to make drivers aware of 20mph speed limits across Bath.

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