Safety The language of signs Circle, square, rectangle and triangle - the language of traffic signs and defined colours helps children to find their way around better in road traffic. Moki on tour "Shaking paws" for more road safety The setting was the IAA show in Munich: Moki and twelve other mascots introduced a manifesto campaigning for free education for children. Worldwide A Handbook for Child Safety MobileKids China has published a science-based handbook that involves the entire society to make a child-friendly city in terms of road safety. Safety Every child can dial 112 An emergency call can save life in an emergency. MobileKids explains how never to forget the emergency number and what questions are asked on the phone. Bicycle Bicycle maintenance is teamwork MobileKids explains why regular bike maintenance is so important and why parents and children should work together on this issue. Moki on tour Making eyes sparkle: Moki delights children at the Stuttgart Spring Festival The adorable MobileKids mascot posed on the Cannstatter Wasen site for photos, gave lots of hugs and even had a little present for every child. Previous Next MobileKids is a road safety initiative by Mercedes-Benz. Our driving force for more than 20 years: We want to help children to be independent and safe on the road. MobileKids worldwide Worldwide Traffic education on theatre stage Last year, MobileKids reached a total of 4,500 children at 34 schools in India and raised awareness to the topic of road safety with the help of playful elements. Worldwide Red-green diversity helps to safely across the road Traffic light figures guide parents and children safely across the streets worldwide. MobileKids shows how imaginatively they are designed. Worldwide How everyone masters driving on the left MobileKids explains why one third of all people drive on the left-hand side of the road and what special features this entails for road users. Worldwide Road safety education knows no borders What once began in Germany has long since become a global success: MobileKids has now reached more than two million children in 15 countries. More news Safety The zebra stands for safety The rules for pedestrian crossings differ from country to country. But they increase safety everywhere when crossing the road. Safety Always stay alert! Older primary school children with experience in road traffic can already block out distractions and are therefore also safe on their own. Bicycle Lock up, chain down, lock in Beating the thieves: With the right lock in the right place and at the right location, the bicycle is well protected. Way to school Gymnastics not on the bus, but in the sports lesson Although the bus is one of the safest means of transport to get to school, pupils should follow some rules. Learning made easy For teachers worldwide: Here you can find free learning resources with teaching units that can be used internationally.