Develop a list of trusted friends, relatives and/or teachers and explain to your child that these are adults that can be trusted in case of an emergency. Teach your child that he/she should not ride or go with a person who is not one of the trusted adults. You can also come up with a code word, teach it to your child and share it only with your trusted adults (see our tip on code words). Our “What if?” Book provides a place for you to write in your list of trusted adults and review them with your child.
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