Devon has the highest number of child road casualties in the greater South West - and it's on the rise according to new figures.
The charity Brake said it wanted to see more young people out walking without their lives being put at risk.
In 2017, 194 children were killed or injured on roads in the Devon County Council area - the highest level for more than five years, and up three on the year before.
However, the region - including Bristol, Cornwall, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire saw an overall decrease in such incidents: 1,094 in 2017, down from 1,224 the year before.
The issue is being highlighted on Wednesday with a series of supervised walks at schools and nurseries in the county, to help children learn key safety messages.
Children killed or injured on roads in South West in 2017:
- Bath and North East Somerset - 22
- Bournemouth - 37
- Bristol - 70
- Cornwall - 116
- Devon County Council area - 194
- Dorset - 89
- Gloucestershire - 104
- Isles of Scilly - 0
- North Somerset - 48
- Plymouth - 64
- Poole - 24
- Somerset - 118
- South Gloucestershire - 39
- Swindon - 45
- Torbay - 23
- Wiltshire - 101