Driving school can be dangerous, but for some kids, that could be the biggest danger.
In a bid to get the children away from the car, the parents of five children from Tiger Driving School in Melbourne are using the hashtag #SaveOurKids.
The school is currently teaching two students to drive, but it hopes to train a third by the end of the year.
In an effort to help raise awareness, the school has created a video to raise money for a second class of students.
The video, titled Tiger Driving, has already received more than 1.5 million views on YouTube.
A few days ago, the video was shared with more than 5,000 Facebook users.
“It’s the first time we’ve ever had more than 100,000 views,” said Lisa Wiebe, Tiger Driving’s chief executive.
The campaign has been a hit.
“We’ve had so many people from all walks of life saying how happy they are,” she said.
Many have also taken to social media to express their support.
“This is a fantastic initiative and I think everyone is making a difference,” wrote one user on the Facebook page.
“I’m not a parent myself, but I think it’s great for our kids and it will give them the opportunity to learn something new,” said another.
This story originally appeared on Al Jazeera.