School Zones
School Zones

Driving safely in a school zone area is essential to ensure the safety of the children and other pedestrians who may be present in the area. Here are some tips to help you drive safely in a school zone:
  1. Observe the speed limit: The speed limit in school zones is usually lower than the regular speed limit. The speed limit is 25 mph in school zones. It is important to obey the speed limit to ensure the safety of children and pedestrians.
  1. Look out for signs: Be aware of the signs and signals in the school zone area. Look out for signs indicating school zones, pedestrian crossings, and speed limits.

  1. Stop for pedestrians: Always stop for pedestrians who are crossing the road, especially in designated crosswalks.
  1. Avoid distractions: Avoid distractions while driving, such as using your mobile phone or eating, to ensure that you are fully focused on the road.
  1. Be prepared to stop: Be prepared to stop at all times, especially when approaching a school zone or a pedestrian crossing.
  1. Watch for children: Children can be unpredictable, so watch out for them at all times. Be prepared to slow down or stop if necessary.

By following these tips, you can help ensure the safety of children and pedestrians in school zone areas while driving.