Kids get tips on driving manners with their own mag
A NEW magazine warning youngsters about the dangers associated with driving is being handed out in London’s East End. The first edition of Automate came hot off the press this week with tips about not getting into reckless habits behind the wheel
SCHOOLKIDS have now got their own magazine in London’s East End giving therm tips on how to be good drivers.
The first edition of Automate came hot off the press this week telling them about good road manners and not getting into reckless habits behind the wheel.
Some of its young readers are pictured examining the first issue, Alima Khanom, 16, Helal Ahmed, 17, Mohammed Hasnat, 18, Habib Ahmed, 19, and Shavoy Little, 18.
It is being distributed to 16-year-olds in Tower Hamlets schools after it was commissioned by the Town Hall and the Met Police as part of Road Safety month.
The mag put together by an East End communications agency in Brick Lane, B3 Creative, aims to educate youngsters about driving safely and offers them tips on how to pass their driving test.
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