More than 2/3 of parents teach their teens to drive. If you’re one of them, make sure you do it right. Their lives depend on it. Here are six of the biggest mistakes parents make when teaching their teens to drive…
Teens aged 16 to 19 are involved in fatal car crashes at three times the rate of those over 20. Immaturity and inexperience are the prime reasons. Understanding the causes of collisions involving teenagers can help parents teach their kids good driving habits and skills.
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Teens can learn to drive by enrolling in a driving school. The “3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive” Program encourages teens to learn to drive with a professional instructor. But parents are also needed to reinforce the lessons through structured practice with their teens.
Learning how to drive a car from an instructor is a good start but parents must provide additional practice if their teen is to learn to drive safely.