Drowsy Driving is Reckless Driving By Sarah Marie H. I never knew the true impact of drowsy driving, until I experienced it myself. It all started last year when I was in driving school. I was excited to get behind the wheel to practice my skills. The night before my first driving session, I had […]
By Nicole S. The one drink per hour rule is a myth that says you are safe to drive as long as you limit yourself to one drink per hour. How alcohol is absorbed and processed by our bodies is a lot more complicated than this. The time it takes for you to be sober depends on […]
I’ve done things I wouldn’t want my daughter to do – but when it came to driving I didn’t want to be one of those “Do as I say, NOT as I do” parents.
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.
Researchers focusing on teens learning how to drive a car are discovering the dangers of ADHD and how parents can help teens learn to drive independently.
When we learn how to drive a car it is vital we see traffic light colors properly. Having a color deficiency is dangerous when driving a car.
Awareness campaigns to teens as they learn how to drive a car, combined with other preventive measures can decrease the amount of drowsy driving crashes.
Fewer students report riding with alcohol–impaired drivers after attending school-based learning how to drive a car programs.
PEI plans to raise the age for zero alcohol limit when driving a car. Teens, even by age 19, have not yet learned how to drive a car safely and responsibly.