Parent Coaching is Important for New Teen Drivers
Teen driving laws are important, but they don't cover everything. A written, signed agreement with your teen is a great way to help reduce crash risk.
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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.
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“Now She Can Drive Her Sister”
This week’s post was written by teen driving safety advocate Timothy Hollister, and originally appeared on his website, From Reid’s Dad. For as long as I have been writing my blog, two constant refrains for parents of teen drivers have been, “Don’t put your own convenience ahead of your teen driver’s safety” and (quoting traffic safety […]Read More...
Impaired Driving: Prescription Drugs
For the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about the dangers of impaired driving, starting with some forms that tend to get less attention: emotional driving and drowsy driving. In this post we’ll talk about an impairment many parents might not think about, but poses a serious threat to their teen drivers—and any driver for […]Read More...
Asleep at the Wheel
A couple weeks ago, we talked about driving under the influence of emotions, a seldom-discussed form of impaired driving. This week, we’ll talk a little bit about another form of impairment that tends to fly under the radar: driving while drowsy.Read More...