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Move ahead with Street Sense [electronic resource] : road safety information in 22 community languages for parents / Roads and Traffic Authority
Bib ID 4349947
Format BookBook [electronic resource]
Description [Sydney] : Roads and Traffic Authority, 2003 
1 computer laser optical disk : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. 
ISBN 0731054016
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"MS Windows : Mac OS"--Disc label. System requirements: Adobe Acrobat 6 or later 

Notes

Title from disc label.

CD-ROM.

"RTA/­Pub. 03.132"

"Stock No: 8087"

Subjects Traffic safety and children - Study and teaching (Primary) - New South Wale  |  Children's accidents - Prevention - Study and teaching (Primary) - New South Wales.  |  Traffic safety - Study and teaching (Primary) - New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW

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