A5 leaflets can be used as a great way to prevent children being distracted by other drivers.
A5s are available in several sizes and can be printed from your computer or printer.
You will need to know the type of vehicle and the number of children in the vehicle, the number and type of seats and the speed limit.
If the car is too small for you, you can use a leaflet to print out the safety map that you have for the area you want to stop at.
It will tell you which road blocks will be used to stop you and which roads will be safe to travel on.
You can print a leafleting sheet and place it in a safe place in your vehicle or car park.
It is always best to use a safe vehicle, but this leaflet should help you get started.
A5 leaflets can be bought from most petrol stations, but some petrol stations will also sell A5 leaflets in smaller sizes and they are more common in supermarkets.
If you do not have access to a large number of stores, it may be a good idea to have a large bag of leaflets on hand, in case you need to stop somewhere.
There are also leaflets available from some motoring clubs.
One of the biggest challenges when using A5 is finding the correct size for your car.
Many of the A5 sizes are not very wide, so it is best to print them as a wide A5 sheet, or in a wider size than the one you need.
To print A5 sheets you will need a piece of paper with the lettering size you need, which will need some special equipment.
A 5 x 7 sheet of A5 can be purchased at most petrol and diesel stations, and a 5 x 10 sheet of leaflet is available from the Motoroline & Diesel Association.
These can be cut from sheets of A4 and A5 and cut to fit in the car window.
This type of A6 sheet is available in smaller size, and can also be used in a car park for large groups.
The most effective way to keep children safe whilst driving is to have them wear a seat belt when the car passes.
Children can be distracted by a car by listening to music, watching videos, watching the radio or talking to other children in a noisy car.
It is also a good practice to have the child sit on the seat belt, but keep it in the right place so that they can keep their eyes on the road.
Driving with children in vehicles that do not require seat belts is also important.
Most cars with seats will not fit a child under 16 years old in the back seat, so the safest place to put them is the front seat.
In some cars with rear seats, it is a good practise to use the back door to let children sit in the front.
Parents should always keep children in their car, and make sure that they do not disturb other people or pets while driving.
When in doubt, always leave children in your car and be sure to lock your doors.
All children should wear seat belts when they drive, and parents can wear them when they are on the move.
Child drivers who do not wear seatbelts are less likely to injure themselves or others while on the roads.
Always have your child under 12 years old, even if they are in a vehicle with a seatbelt.
Make sure that your child is wearing a seatbelt and has a seat on the car when you are not driving.