By Lola Waheed On Sunday, September 27th, 2015, there was a collision between an SUV and minivan in Vaughan. Daniel Neville-Lake (9), his brother, Harrison (5), sister Milly (2), and grand-father, Gary Neville (65) were killed. The children’s grandmother and great-grandmother were also in the vehicle, and are currently in stable condition. According to a […]
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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.
The family car is used when teens learn to drive and also when they are driving a car by themselves. The family car must have the latest safety features.
Teens need to learn to drive on snow and ice. They should practice driving a car in these conditions and make it a part of their “Learn to Drive” checklist.
Knowing how to back up is necessary when you learn how to drive a car. Make this a part of your Learn to Drive checklist. Here are some tips for Backing Up.
Learning how to drive a car requires learning perpendicular parking. Add it to your learn to drive checklist. With experience driving a car it will get easy.
Learning how to drive a car means knowing pedestrian safety. Take care driving a car through school & construction zones. Learn to drive properly at crosswalks.
Learning how to drive a car requires learning to brake. They are a critical function when driving a car. Remember “Stomp, Stay, Steer” as you learn to drive.
Starting and stopping smoothly is key as you learn to drive. Driving a car has lots of starts & stops. Learning how to drive a car is learning to do them right.