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Kid Zone: Jammin’ About Traffic Jams

Join 12-year-olds Mikaeel and Ella every month as they share perspectives on life as a child sees it.

From Mikaeel:

How would you describe the traffic in London?

Traffic in London is not too bad but, except during rush hour in the winter.

What do your parents do when they’re stuck in bad traffic?

When my parents are stuck in traffic they either wait it out,  try to find an alternative route or turn onto the next street.

Kids often come up with ideas that change the world. So what would you do to solve the problem of traffic jams?

I would make all the roads downtown like a highway going 100 KM /H.  Instead of traffic lights, you would have a highway exits for every street.

What’s the best way to pass the time on a long and torturous drive?

I like to look out the window and look at all the cars that go by and all the buildings we pass.

Our readers loved your jokes in the past! Share a great traffic or car joke with us.

What did the traffic light say to the car? Don’t look I’m changing.

From Ella:

JAMMIN’ ABOUT TRAFFIC JAMS

How would you describe the traffic in London?

Well, I don’t live in London but it’s a lot worse than the traffic I’m used to in the small town I live in!

What do your parents do when they’re stuck in bad traffic?

They stay pretty calm but sometimes take a different route.

Kids often come up with ideas that change the world. So what would you do to solve the problem of traffic jams?

I would make skinnier cars and wider roads so that cars could get past each other without causing a car accident.

What’s the best way to pass the time on a long and torturous drive?

My family often has to drive a long way to go camping in different places and I love to pass the time by finding a bunch of jokes before we leave and then telling them two or three times an hour.

Our readers loved your jokes in the past! Share a great traffic or car joke with us.

What part of a car is the laziest?

The wheels because they are always tired!

 

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