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Important Safety Tips for When You’re Driving With Kids

Chevrolet’s Safety Ninjas bring you a host of simple but critical safety guidelines for those crucial times when you’re on the road with your family and loved ones.

Brand stories Updated: May 08, 2017 14:55 IST
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(Chevrolet India)

We set out on journeys every day. Whether it is a road trip with your family or your daily ride as you drop your child to school, the destination is usually our main focus. But, ever so often, the drive takes a toll on us because of various external factors; be it rocky roads, other rash drivers, or horrible traffic conditions. In scenarios like these we like to go back to the longstanding adage, “Precaution is better than cure”.

With this saying in mind, Chevrolet through their Drive with Care – Protect your Precious campaign, has introduced Safety Ninjas who demonstrate tips for keeping your little ones safe, despite any unfavourable conditions that you might face during your drive.

As a global brand that considers safety as a priority, Chevrolet believes in promoting safe driving habits amongst all. Here’s a look at the #ProtectYourPrecious campaign where the brand takes a dive into the fun yet informative side of road safety with their Safety Ninjas.

Ninja 1 – THE BUCKLE NINJA

The Buckle Ninja makes sure your child travels in a car seat

Ninja 2 – THE CHILD SEAT NINJA

This ninja prevents you from carrying your babies on the lap or arms while on the road, since it can be dangerous while driving. Its main objective is to ensure that you never travel without a child safety seat.

Ninja 3 – THE LOCK NINJA

A constant and important reminder, the Lock Ninja reminds you to activate your car’s child lock facility, so as to ensure that your children cannot open the doors while en route.

Join Chevrolet on this journey to safer roads by pledging to #ProtectYourPrecious here.