By Rosie P. As we all know drinking and driving is extremely dangerous and illegal. Most of us are responsible enough to avoid such a situation. However many people think it’s okay to get into their cars and drive in the morning after drinking. They don’t realise they could still be over the legal […]
By Nero S. Now that summer is upon us, there are certain things we should be paying more attention to. No, I’m not talking about allergies, or getting sunburnt – it’s about being an observant driver. With the warmer weather, we see more people outside playing sports, walking around, and just generally enjoying the great […]
By Rosie P. One very important thing I have learned while working with Teens learn to Drive is how dangerous distractions and trying to multi-task can be. Studies prove that we cannot effectively do two things at once. Think about it, anytime you take your focus off the road while you are driving and pay […]
By Sean W. Flat tires are inconvenient, but if you don’t know what to do, they can even be scary. Here are some tips. The first thing to know is what happens when you get a flat tire so you know what to expect. Most likely, you’ll feel your car being pulled to one side […]
By Rosie Paul A couple of weeks ago I took the highway to visit a friend. I was cruising along with 3 lanes of speeding traffic in front of me when suddenly I noticed cars swerving to get out of the middle lane. I knew there must be something in the lane but I couldn’t […]
By Sean Williamson Drivers don’t think critically about every decision they make. Our brains are constantly registering information – faster than we can consciously process it. This is necessary and helpful due to the number of decisions needed to be made. In some instances, however, we make decisions about our surroundings that are not based […]
By Rosie P Working for Teens Learn to Drive has taught me so much, but the best part of this job is interacting with youth. One Sweet Life Road Show event, in particular, was a life-changing experience for me. From the students to the teachers and finally to the end results – everything was perfect!
By Nero S. When it comes to driving and observing a lot of the responsibility falls on the driver but what pedestrians don’t know is that they also have a part to play. As a frequent pedestrian and occasional driver, I can see things from both perspectives. Pedestrians can also do a lot to curb […]
By Sean W Collisions can be unnerving for several reasons. Assuming you are not one of the people in the crash itself, there are ways in which you should still be handling situations involving car crashes, large or small.
By Nero Towards the end of my summer stint with Teens Learn To Drive I booked a trip that was a combination wedding/min-vacation to Bermuda. We touched down on a beautiful morning, armed with an activity-packed itinerary. First on the list was a scooter (moped) day, exploring the island.