Pulse readers disagree with Saudi Arabians, who say children and passengers should act as traffic officials.
According to these Saudi Arabian traffic officials, children and passengers need to act as officials in order to hold the driver accountable.
Abdulmalek Al-Hamaidani, the acting director of traffic in Al-Ahsa, said this is important because the community is "responsible for increasing traffic awareness among children."
When asked, Pulse readers disagreed.
This came up after ten children exposed their fathers' traffic offences, Arab News reported.
These offences included speeding, use of mobile phones, driving on the opposite side of the road, running red lights and not wearing seat belts.