The 3 Keys To Keeping Your Teen Alive
Teens practice football every day. They practice piano every day. They do homework to reinforce their school classes every day. And if they make a mistake in any of those things …. it isn’t the end of the world.
There’s always another chance. But with driving, all it takes is one mistake. There are no second chances after a fatal collision.
A good driving course or Driver’s Ed program is the best start for your teen but they provide only eight to ten hours of in-car practice and that’s not nearly enough to develop those instinctive skills teens need to ‘take over’ when something unexpected happens on the road. Teens need at least 100 hours of practice driving in the first year.
That’s an additional 90 hours, which works out to 2 hours per week. Today’s families are busy. There aren’t enough hours in the day already but this practice could be the most important thing you ever do. It could save your teen’s life – so you need to plan it. The 3 Keys book provides step-by- step plans for driving practice and keeping your teen safe.
You can make sure your teen is roadworthy by taking an active role in their driving education. Structure their practice to cover all kinds of situations and conditions. Coach them and help them maintain 360-degree awareness around the car because that’s a tough skill for new drivers to master. Cover all the bases so you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing they have the tools to stay alive when they drive.
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