Dangerous Practise

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I still get surprised when I see youngsters every day in Saudi Arabia riding in cars, not buckled in and not in car seats. I hope that one day this dangerous practise will change here…

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About SusieOfArabia

American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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3 Responses to Dangerous Practise

  1. Grami says:

    Also noticed that a little girl is sticking her head out of the other window and the father seems really laid-back in the front.

    There’s a law that every passenger must wear a seat belt but like many other laws in SA, people couldn’t be bothered

  2. Jerry M says:

    During my childhood young children were allowed to sit in front seats, so the Saudis aren’t really that far behind our own practice. Give them a generation and they will probably get it.

  3. Bill B says:

    I wonder how many children are harmed or worse each year as a result of it?

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