These campaigns are part of a growing concern about the need for teens to learn how to drive a car in a safe and responsible manner.
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.
Drugs have adverse effects on judgment, reaction time and motor skills – critical for driving a car especially for teens just learning how to drive a car safely.
Parents rules ansd penalties give teens learning how to drive a car, the leverage to insist all passengers who want to ride in their car wear seatbelts.
A learner’s permit means your teen can start “learning” how to drive a car – not driving a car. Here are practice tips when teens learn to drive.
The CDC find parents are key for teens learning how to drive a car. Parental guidance when teens learn to drive is a factor in teen safety when driving a car.
Learning how to drive a car requires extra caution when passing. Your ability to judge clearance to pass safely improves with your experience in driving a car.
Seatbelts separate car crashes from fatal car crashes. They save lives. Why don’t teens, inexperienced in how to drive a car, wear them when driving a car?
As you teach your teen how to drive a car be aware of the deadly driving games teens play while driving a car and the thousands of teens who die playing them.