Thanks to John Buckberrough for sharing this rather interesting board game designed for children. The game was made available in the late 1930's and early 1940's and it's purpose was to teach children the rules of the road to ensure their safety as pedestrians and to familiarize them with the rules of the road for the day they eventually became licensed drivers. The game was made available in 1938 by the Motor Vehicles Branch of the Ontario Department of Highways while the Honorable T.B. McQueston was minister (1935-1941).  The game included a spinner card and player pieces to determine and mark progress along the board.
 
Dimensions: 11" X 13" closed; 11" X 27" opened.
Material: Cardboard
Finish: Gray exterior with black binding / multicolored game board.  Blue printed instructions on back and black printed instructions on board.
Markings: Blue lettering in front and black lettering on game board. Also includes blue drawing of a car, School, School Children on Front, Multicolored drawing in game board of urban and rural roads and hazards. 
 
I Drive Safely 1
 I Drive Safely Game Board
I Drive Safely 2
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I Drive Safely 3
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