This is an agreement between parents and teens that defines rules and expectations on the road to full driving privileges.
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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.
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 aren’t parents setting good driving examples?
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Research shows parents have the most influence on their teens’ driving habits; they are driving role models for their teens. However, many parents still take the “do as I say, not as I do” attitude when their teens are in the car, watching every driving maneuver. A new study from […]Read More...
Distracted Driving Awareness Month Video: Professionalisim
An estimated 1 in 4 car crashes involve cell phone use – handheld or hands-free. While 80 percent of drivers think hands-free devices are safer, they are actually just as risky. Drivers are too distracted by the conversation to fully focus on the road. Teens need to be especially careful. Their crash risk is three times that of […]Read More...
An open letter to every teen getting a driver’s license
By: Timothy S. Hollister *This article originally appeared on AutoBlog.com. It is intended for any teen who is about to drive alone for the first time. My son Reid would have turned 25 this month. I say ‘would’ because he died, the driver in a one-car crash, at age 17, just 11 months after getting his driver’s license. […]Read More...