Drowsy Driving is Reckless Driving By Sarah Marie H. I never knew the true impact of drowsy driving, until I experienced it myself. It all started last year when I was in driving school. I was excited to get behind the wheel to practice my skills. The night before my first driving session, I had […]
This story is so outrageously stupid that it’s hard to believe. It seems like the kind of story you’d read in the Enquirer – not the New York Times.
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.
If you drive, it’s your responsibility to stay sober and get all your passengers home safely.
Learn to drive without alcohol. The more alcohol, the less likely you are to buckle up. 80% of teens who die in alcohol related crashes were not buckled up.