Child safety quiz for Parents – FINAL TEST


  • Press the START button below to play the quiz.
  • You will get 5 minutes (300 seconds) to answer all the questions.
  • You must have played all the levels of Child Safety quizzes for parents in order to pass this test.
  • This Final test will have 20 random questions from all the levels of Child Safety quizzes for parents .
  • Questions may be different every time.
  • If you answer all the questions correctly in time, then you will get a certificate.
  • Your score should be 100% to get the certificate.
  • Certificate can be downloaded by pressing Download Certificate on the result page.
  • Press the SEE RESULT button after finishing all the questions to see your result.


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1 / 20

To avoid backover incidents, before moving back the vehicle you should:

2 / 20

To avoid backover incidents, it’s always good to take a quick glance underneath your vehicle before moving it.

3 / 20

For yours and your family’s safety, you should never:

4 / 20

To make sure your child can’t get out when the car is moving or standing still, you should:

5 / 20

Underage kids should be allowed to drive when…

6 / 20

Overheated cars can cause children to suffer:

7 / 20

You should always drop off and pick up children on the same side of the road as the school bus.

8 / 20

Large cars take more time to heat up as compare to small cars.

9 / 20

To avoid backover incidents, you should move back your vehicle very slowly.

10 / 20

You should always hold your child’s hand when crossing roads together.

11 / 20

Which of the following is a common cause of death related to unintentional trunk entrapment deaths?

12 / 20

While using child car seat, you must make sure that it is:

13 / 20

The blind zone is the area…

14 / 20

Which of the following causes the most deaths among children in and around cars?

15 / 20

Opening windows can prevent heatstroke.

16 / 20

Heatstroke can happen on cloudy days.

17 / 20

It is safe for children ages 12 and under to sit in the front seat as long as they have their parents’ permission.

18 / 20

Can a child die as a result of prolonged heat exposure in cars?


19 / 20

When travelling in hot conditions, you should:

20 / 20

It is never safe to leave a child alone in a car, even for a few minutes.

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