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Because it is never too early to become aware of the dangers of the road, the Michelin Foundation has chosen to support educational and fun programs to teach the youngest the good reflexes on daily journeys.
“My brain, my friend on the road” is an innovative educational project which aims to help children to become independent in their daily journeys by allowing them to better understand the functioning of their brain, the mechanisms of attention and road hazards.
This project is part of school traffic education programs. It allows cycle 3 students to obtain a certificate of first road education.
A fine joint initiative between the association Prévention Routière and the Foundation La Main à la Pâte, supported by the Michelin Foundation.
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