Hand-Held Simulator Takes the Wheel You get the call at midnight. One of your drivers lost control of his vehicle, smashing into two other vehicles and closing a major highway. Thankfully, all injuries are minor, but the lost time, physical damages and potential lawsuits could cost in excess of half a million dollars. You invested […]
Chapel Hill confronts distracted driving. New cell phone driving ban in Chapel Hill says drivers over 18 are prohibited from using a cell phone while driving.
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.
If you have a teen trying to learn to drive (or a teen who will be learning to drive soon) take advantage of the “Alive at 25” Parent Program by Midas.
Teens learn to drive with a parent or instructor. There is no radio, no chatter or distractions. Teens learn to drive in un-realistic driving situations.
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.
Teens learning how to drive a car can get incentives to drive safe. As they learn to drive safely they are also developing habits to keep them safe on the road.
Learning how to drive a car includes knowing about theft when driving a car. Practice locking the doors in your learn to drive exercises so it becomes a habit.
Your parents learned how to drive a car before there were cell phones, ipads, GPS devices etc. Today’s teens need to learn to drive and not be distracted.
Advocates for the laws say that if only laws aimed at teen drivers were passed it would at least be a sign our lawmakers are conscious and aware of what’s happening on our roads.