ATOMIC Kitten star Natasha Hamilton, who survived a crash at the age of three, today helped to launch a Government road safety campaign aimed at youngsters.
For children of six and under the campaign will feature children's car character Brum, who will be used by teachers for classroom road safety lessons.
Oil company Total and road safety minister Stephen Ladyman joined the singer for the launch of the campaign, entitled Total Little Learners.
Natasha, who has two young children, said: "It's my worst nightmare thinking about my kids being involved in a car accident, especially as I was so nearly killed myself.
"When they're so young you have to keep your eye on them all the time.
"They can run into the road without thinking and you could lose them in a split second."
Mr Ladyman said: "Britain has one of the best road safety records in the world, but we are not complacent."