Teens may learn to drive safely but to stay safe their car must also be in safe condition. It’s is one less thing for teens learning to drive to worry about.
You may not want your teen to learn to drive until they’re 25! But f you delay teaching how to drive a car you’ll lose most of your impact as coach and monitor.
When teens learn to drive some think it’s cool not wearing seatbelts. But 1 in 10 teens who learn to drive this year will have a potentially fatal crash.
Teens start learning how to drive a car by watching their parents for examples on how it’s done. If teens are to learn to drive safely parents must do it first.
If you drive, it’s your responsibility to stay sober and get all your passengers home safely.
Learn to drive without alcohol. The more alcohol, the less likely you are to buckle up. 80% of teens who die in alcohol related crashes were not buckled up.
You need two hands on the wheel. Eating and drinking are distractions that take your mind off driving and at least one hand off the wheel.
Teens learning how to drive a car have grown up with cell phones. Parents must use their authority to have their teen learn to drive without a cell phone.
Teens need to learn how to drive a car without calling or texting. A new app gives parents control of a cell phone so their teen will learn to drive without it.
As teens learn to drive it is important to recognize sources of distractions. When learning how to drive a car teens must be trained to remove distractions.