By Diana R. Have you ever considered the risks involved in driving a vehicle? As teens, we spend a few months practicing and if we’re lucky we even receive lessons from a good driving school. After a few months of having a license, we become more relaxed when driving until it’s just a natural part of our daily […]
The TV will be obsolete in a year but your teen will be driving for the next 60 years, Choose wisely.
Teaching your teen to drive is a job to take seriously. Driving is a skill they will use for the next 70 years, and there are never any do-overs in a car. “Turn here” is not an instruction any more than “you drive to the mall” is a driving lesson. Here are 5 more common mistakes parent-coaches make:
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 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.
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.
Car crashes are the greatest danger to teens as they learn to drive. Parents play a key role in teaching their teens how to drive a car and keep safe.
Teens can learn how to drive a car from stories of other teens making fatal errors when driving a car. To stay safe teens must learn to drive without errors.
A crash prevention course when learning how to drive a car helps prepare teens for emergencies when driving a car. It helps teens learn to drive safely.
Learning how to drive a car opens a new world to teens. And although teens lack experience driving a car they can learn to drive safely & avoid dangers.