According to the recent reports of The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, it is found that 1 out of 25 drivers fall asleep while driving irrespective of the fact that they are all above the age of 18 years. If you upscale that figure to the entire population, you will see just how big an issue it is.
While your teen is basking in all of the glory that comes with passing their driver’s test, on the other hand, you might be feeling a whirlwind of emotions. From becoming heartsick wondering where time flew by, to feeling a little nervous about letting them take the wheel. Use this milestone as a way to bond with your teen and make it a memorable experience for the both of you.
One of the biggest rites of passage for a kid is learning how to drive. As a parent of a teenager, it might be scary to think of them taking the wheel, but it’s a greatly important skill for them to have. These are four lessons to teach your kids before they start driving.
Attending driving school, earning a driver’s license and getting a first car are rites of passage for most teenagers. A driver’s license and a vehicle provide teens with more freedom and independence. They also enable the teen to get to and from a job more easily, and this leads to greater financial independence. Rather than simply providing driving school and a first car to your teen, use these are rewards to motivate your teen to succeed in various ways.
Driving is a wonderful way for people to experience untold freedoms, explore new places, and build a sense of independence. Unfortunately, there are habits that a lot of drivers develop that are dangerous. You will find three such driving behaviors listed below, along with reasons that you should quit them immediately.
15-year-olds everywhere eagerly anticipate being able to get their driver’s license. However, it can make parents understandably nervous. You might know that driving is an essential skill for your teen to have, but you might still have qualms. With these tips, you can help develop your 15-year-old’s driving confidence.
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Safe driving is a concern not only for yourself but also for everyone who shares the roadway with you. Good driving habits can reduce the risk of accidents and can also help you save money on vehicle insurance. Here are 5 tips that will ensure you are prepared for whatever conditions arise while you are driving for work or for play.