Seatbelts can serve other purposes
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.
You may not want your teen to learn to drive until they’re 25! But f you delay teaching how to drive a car you’ll lose most of your impact as coach and monitor.
When teens learn to drive some think it’s cool not wearing seatbelts. But 1 in 10 teens who learn to drive this year will have a potentially fatal crash.
In the first year of driving teens have the greatest risk of crashing. Making a habit of wearing a seatbelt as you learn to drive may save you in a crash.
Tyler implores teens learning how to drive a car to speak up if a supposedly cool driver is driving a car dangerously. He encourages teens to wear a seatbelt.
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.
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.
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.
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?