It’s Back to School Time! How FL Parents Can Keep Their Kids Safe


The back-to-school season is always an exciting time for kids and parents alike. However, with the thrill of new teachers, friends, and experiences also comes the responsibility of ensuring your child’s safety. 


Florida parents, in particular, have unique concerns given the state’s diverse landscape and weather conditions. In this blog, we’ll explore some practical tips on how to keep your kids safe as they

FL School Zone Driving Laws – Preventing Accidents

It’s unfortunate that children are vulnerable to dying in motor vehicle accidents in Florida and across the country, according to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Every year in the state, more children than in the previous year fall victim to these accidents.


This is why designated school zones across the state require cars to drive at reduced speeds. The state has increasingly

Dangerous School Supplies: Something Else for FL Parents to Watch For


As a parent, there is already plenty to worry about when it comes to your child’s safety at school, particularly during the back-to-school season.


Kids can be hurt by car crashes on the way to or from school, school bus crashes, violence during school, sports injuries and playground injuries.


However, there’s another source of injury, especially for young children, that you may not

School’s Starting in Florida – Avoid Back to School Crashes


Although the back-to-school season is an exciting time of year (for parents at least), it brings a whole new set of risks for school-age kids.


School zones are a chaotic place during pick-up and drop-off of students. Teen drivers, parents dropping off younger kids, buses, cyclists and pedestrians are all confined to a few stretches of streets designated as school zones. Unfortunately, because of

Florida Parents: How Your Kid Can Bike to School Safely


Is your child riding his or her bike to school this year?


No parent wants a child to get injured on the way to school, but accidents are more likely to happen if your child isn’t trained in proper safety techniques. Since bicycle riding requires specialized skills, you need to spend some time with your child reviewing important facts like these.


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