What the Experts Say About “3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive”:
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“In life we make many investments. This investment you don’t want to miss! … Research proves informed and involved parents make a difference. 3 Keys … is a great resource to help parents coach, monitor and support their teens.”
- Michelle Anderson, Director of Operations,
National Road Safety Foundation
“Both teen drivers and parents will benefit from this compelling survival blueprint to safe driving practices. Those parents like myself who lost their teen-child in their first year of driving feel this lifesaving book is the best gift you can give your teen.”
“This book is a must read for all teens and new drivers. As a mother who lost her daughter in a car accident, I think Anne Marie covers all the risks out there for new drivers.”
-Linda Mulkey, Hang Up, Save a Life–Salt Lake City
“I strongly encourage parents to go through this book with your teens because it not only contains practical advice about what to do while driving, but also true stories about regular people who have suffered tragedy because of poor decisions. (They will lead to) productive discussions … about driving safety.”
- Renee Napier, The Meagan Napier Foundation
“3 Keys … is a comprehensive instruction manual designed to give all new drivers a solid foundation of driving skills, based upon proven safe-driving principles. I highly recommend its use in the instruction of inexperienced drivers, and as a future reference guide, for a lifetime of safe driving.”
“As a trauma nurse, I’ve seen too many teens suffer and die because of car crashes that didn’t have to happen. Do everything you can to keep your teen out of the emergency room—starting with using this book.”
- Sheila MacDonell, RN, MICN, TNCC
“3 Keys … is a comprehensive resource that fills a tremendous need for parents to work through guiding their child to become a safe driver. The interactive style of this resource … provides a tool for families to work together through the teen driver experience."
- Sandy Spavone, Executive Director of
National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)