I am trying to list the things that one should keep in mind when traveling with kids, but I also want to convey that child should not be allowed to travel with a teen alone. Am I using the semicolon correctly?
I read in a guide that Semicolons separate clauses or phrases that are related and that receive equal emphasis
Semicolons join two independent clauses (complete sentences) that are closely related if no coordinating conjunction is used.
Semicolons signal to a reader that the information in both sentences should be taken together.
Planning a trip with a toddler? Your 'travel-essentials' checklist should include the following things; however, note that you need to be 21 or above to drive alone with the toddler:
toddler seat, diapers, and baby feed