Knowing how to drive a car in winter is an essential skill when turning and stopping. Take your foot off the brake before a curve to safely make the turn.
There are simple things you can do to reduce the risks for your teen as they learn how to drive a car. There are no do-overs in driving a car.
For teens learning how to drive a car the “Steer Clear Driver Program” is more than a safe driver discount it’s an opportunity to improve driving skills.
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.
When teens learn to drive they can deepen their understanding of how to drive a car safely by hearing the stories of mistakes made by others when driving a car.
Experience in how to drive a car safely is acquired with practice. Parents need to practice driving a car with their teen as well as provide a good example.
Toyota has a front seatbelt air bag and Ford, a rear seatbelt system. Making a habit wearing a seatbelt is critical for new drivers learning how to drive a car.
A news item about teens who did not learn how to drive a car safely and how not to take foolish risks like not wearing a seatbelt and racing.
Toyota and Discovery Education announces the launch of a new program that promotes safety when driving a car for teens who are learning how to drive a car.
Preventable crashes are due to not learning how to drive a car safely. Student input helps teens learn to drive safely and reduces fatalities when driving a car.