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Our global campaign to keep kids safer in traffic

Stop. Look. Wave

Stop before crossing

Stop before crossing a street. 

Look both ways

Look both ways and make sure you have eye contact with drivers.

Wave and wait

Wave and wait for a wave back to confirm that the drivers have seen you before you walk across to the other side of the street.


Stop Look Wave

More than 260,000 people under the age of 19 die in traffic accidents around the world every year, according to the World Health Organization. Too many of these accidents involve trucks and buses.

In 2015, Volvo Trucks took a step towards trying to improve this depressing statistic. We launched the Stop Look Wave campaign.

A challenge was issued to all our employees based around the world. They were encouraged to get involved in promoting safety for their own children and for children in their communities.

A global campaign to keep children safer

Through our traffic research analysis of real-life accidents, it is clear that the majority of road accidents involve human behaviour. Children are the most vulnerable of all road traffic users.

This is why we work on all aspects of safety, as well as developing many innovative safety features for our products.

Stop Look Wave is designed to teach children all around the world about the dangers they face in traffic every day.

Stop, look, wave - instructors training video

This video will walk you through all the elements needed to conduct a Stop, Look, Wave training and what materials you will need. The training is easy to conduct and you do not have to do a full blown training to have an impact.

Tips to help save lives

Volvo Trucks has developed inspirational Stop Look Wave training materials in an easy-to-use format. They are designed to help parents, teachers, organizations and authorities to educate children through fun interaction and hands-on training.

All presentations is free and can be used by everyone.

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