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24" x 36" Color Posters

Out at night? This shiny stuff could save your life. Be Safe. Be Smart. Be Seen. Firefighters wear reflective materials so they can be seen in the dark. When you're walking outside at night, make sure drivers can see you. Wearing white or light colors is not enough. Wear reflective materials and carry a flashlight.

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Know What the Pedestrian Traffic Signals Mean, and Walk Safely. 1. Start Crossing. Watch for turning cars. 2. Don't Start. Finish crossing if started. 3. Don't Cross... You could save your life... or change it forever.

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11" x 17" Color Posters

Take the Time to Cross Safely. Use crosswalks or other appropriate crossings. Be sure drivers can see you. You could save your life... or change it forever.

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Stop for Pedestrians. Think of the Impact You Could Make. Family and friends are important to all of us. Drive safely - take the time to STOP for pedestrians. You could save a life... or change yours forever.

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Sepa lo que significan las señales peatonales y camine con precaición.  1. Cruce. Preste atención a los autos que estén doblando. 2. No empiece a cruzar. Termine de cruzar si ya ha comenzado. 3. No cruce... Esto puede salvar su vida... o cambiársela para siempre.

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