Primary pupils crowned road safety winners - but would you know the answers to these questions?
What is the first rule of the Green Cross Code? What colour is a cycle route sign? What word is written on a school crossing patrollers sign?
These are just some of the tough questions Year 6 pupils were asked at Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council's 22nd annual Road Safety Quiz on Friday.
More than 1,200 Year 6 pupils from 35 primary schools across the Borough battled it out in a bid to be crowned the brightest road users.
The top three scoring schools from the first rounds took part in the final which took place at Stockton Baptist Church.
Scroll down to see if you would have scored top marks!
Kirklevington Primary School took the trophy against Harrow Gate Primary Academy in Stockton and St Francis of Assisi CE Primary School in Ingleby Barwick.
Councillor Mike Smith, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council's Cabinet Member for Environment and Transport, said: "Congratulations to the winners from Kirklevington Primary School and thank you to all pupils for taking part and making this another brilliant competition.
"The quiz is fun for everybody involved and is a great way to teach pupils road safety advice that could potentially save a life."
What is the first rule of the Green Cross Code? Find a safe place to cross
What colour is a cycle route sign? Blue
What word is written on a school crossing patrollers sign? Stop