With the start of school, more children are going to be walking in your neighborhoods and waiting at bus stops.
The Warren County Sheriff's Department wants to remind you to watch out for school zones on your morning commute.
Last year, Kentucky had 1,627 school bus-related crashes resulting in 506 injuries and five deaths.
The sheriff's department wants you to be on the look-out, especially for flashing speed limit signs and kids in crosswalks.
"They have the right-of-way, that's the state law, so just slow down. The main thing when you see a school zone just slow down, don't go through there, just slow down," says Warren County Sheriff, Jerry "Peanut" Gaines.
The sheriff says the most ignored school zones are on Russellville Road and Louisville Road.
Most school zone speed limits are 35-miles-per-hour.