Renault Rolls Out Free Safety Adventure Game for Children

Renault Safety and Mobility for All game 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Seems interesting and a bit funny how Renault is that concerned about safety while its new Megane range only got a three-star Euro NCAP rating. However, the automaker claims children and teenagers make for a big part of the world’s vulnerable road users, adults needing to take extra care into teaching them safety rules.
According to Renault, around 70 percent of the 20 to 50 million annual global fatalities are caused by kids wrongly venturing around the streets. That explains why the automaker just rolled out a video game aiming to teach them the proper way of road use.

The game is called “Safety and Mobility for All” and since it’s a web-based point-and-click game, kids can play it on PCs, Mac computers, tablets and even smartphones.

Opening the game, your kid will be introduced to Lea and Jules, two brothers than need to go on various trips. You kid will play along them facing different challenges regarding road traffic, street crossing, traffic signs, weather conditions and more.

Each correct decision is awarded with points while wrong answers will bring nothing but the correct answer fully explained so your kid will understand. The game covers more than walking, coming with situations when the two are on roller skates or bicycles, where different rules apply.

Advancing through the game, Lea and Jules will also discover the benefits of green transportation and will eventually build an electric vehicle. Safety and Mobility for All is available to play here in English and French, with the Spanish version following to be introduced soon.
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