Adventures in Teen Driving by Kathy Bernstein Harris

Jul
22
2016
Adventures in Teen Driving #26: Farewell

Adventures in Teen Driving: Farewell

By Kathy Bernstein Harris

I can’t believe how fast the time has flown. Declan has had his license for about a year now and thankfully, neither he nor the car are any worse for wear.

Well, that’s not entirely true…the car has the permanent stench of hockey gear – but everyone in my family is used to the smell!

Has my life become easier since Declan has been driving by himself? I would have to say yes, for the most part. I’m not running nearly as much as I once was. He can get himself to school, hockey and as of this summer, work.

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May
6
2016

Adventures in Teen Driving: Happy Mother’s Day!

By Kathy Bernstein Harris

Kathy Bernstein Harris is the Senior Manager for Teen Driving Initiatives at the National Safety Council. Follow Kathy as she shares her experiences teaching her own son to drive, from the perspective of a teen driving expert and a mom.

I wanted to take a moment to wish all the Moms who read this blog a Happy Mother’s Day!

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Apr
22
2016

Adventures in Teen Driving: It was just a matter of time

By Kathy Bernstein Harris

Kathy Bernstein Harris is the Senior Manager for Teen Driving Initiatives at the National Safety Council. Follow Kathy as she shares her experiences teaching her own son to drive, from the perspective of a teen driving expert and a mom. 

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Feb
9
2016

Adventures in Teen Driving: We’re in the thick of it!

By Kathy Bernstein Harris

Kathy Bernstein Harris is the Senior Manager for Teen Driving Initiatives at the National Safety Council. Follow Kathy as she shares her experiences teaching her own son to drive, from the perspective of a teen driving expert and a mom. 

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Nov
24
2015
I'm Thankful

Adventures in Teen Driving: I’m Thankful!

By Kathy Bernstein Harris

Kathy Bernstein Harris is the Senior Manager for Teen Driving Initiatives at the National Safety Council. Follow Kathy as she shares her experiences teaching her own son to drive, from the perspective of a teen driving expert and a mom. 

It’s the time of the year to step back and reflect on all the awesome things that have been accomplished this year and thank everyone who’s contributed to them.

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