Back to School Safety

(WNC)–It’s Back to School day for Kenosha Unified School District students as the regular school year begins. That means drivers need to get back into the habit of watching out for students and obeying reduced speed limits in school zones. Nick Jarmusz of Triple-A says to a driver the difference between 25 and 35 miles an hour may not mean much.

Jarmusz says research shows that more than a third of drivers roll through stop signs in school zones and residential neighborhoods, and this is a good time of year to remember to come to a full stop and check for children before proceeding.



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