A coroner says he hopes the families of three toddlers run over in their own driveways will draw comfort from a campaign designed to save other children from a similar fate.
Coroner John Olle said the aim of his investigation into the deaths of the children, named only as Prabh, Pio and William, was not to lay blame but to prevent the same thing happening to other children.
"I note the love and devastating loss suffered by the three parents," Mr Olle said in his finding on Friday.
Mr Olle said the statistics on how many child pedestrians die near their homes are alarming.
The three deaths he investigated had led to the creation of a committee to look at how these types of deaths can be reduced in Victoria.
Between 2000 and September 2012, 14 Victorian children were killed after being hit by a vehicle in a driveway, he said.
Ninety-two per cent of those incidents occurred in the child's own driveway and the vehicles, mainly four-wheel drives, vans and utes, were driven by parents, family members or friends.
A driveway safety campaign was launched by the Victorian government in 2010 and it will be adopted by VicRoads.
Last September the federal government identified driveway safety as a priority for roads and said it would work with states on raising awareness of the issue.
None of the families were in the Victorian Coroners Court for the finding.