This is an agreement between parents and teens that defines rules and expectations on the road to full driving privileges.
These are weekly lessons for parents to practice with their teens during the first year of licensure, delivered directly to your inbox.
Car crashes are the #1 cause of death for teens. Fortunately there is something we can do about this national tragedy. Designed by and for parents of newly licensed teen drivers, DriveitHOME™ offers a variety of helpful resources you can use to help your teen get the experience they need behind the wheel to become safer, more experienced drivers.
Our goal is to reduce the number of teen driving deaths, teen injuries and teen crashes to zero. Any other number isn’t good enough.
Why teens shouldn’t wait to get a license
Written by: Laura Saldivar A few weeks ago, my friend purchased her first car at the age of 20. Although this was a big milestone, it was a concern for many. After finishing driver’s education, she went three years with little to no practice behind the wheel. She soon moved to her college and had no need for transportation. […]Read More...
4 Mistakes Teens Make When Their Car Acts Up
By: Chaleigh Glass Simply popping the hood and staring blankly at an engine, hoping to see an obvious problem, generally never fixes a car. Your teen driver never has experienced common car troubles, and he or she easily could overlook a mechanical issue that needs immediate attention, or shake off the problem as nothing. Before your […]Read More...
Why Teens Still Aren’t Wearing Seat Belts
We’ve known for quite some time that teens wear seat belts less frequently than drivers of other age groups. It’s disturbing for many reasons. Unlike many adults, teens have grown up with mandatory seat belt laws. National seat belt usage rates are nearly 90 percent. And unlike many adults, teens have always ridden in cars with a […]Read More...