Parent Involvement

Oct
24
2013

Laws are not enough

By DriveitHOME

In observance of National Teen Driver Safety Week, we’re breaking down the top 10 things many parents don’t know about teen driving.

8. Most states’ teen driving laws and restrictions do not adequately protect teen drivers from the most serious crash risks

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Oct
22
2013

Inexperience is your teen driver’s worst enemy

By DriveitHOME

In observance of National Teen Driver Safety Week, we’re breaking down the top 10 things many parents don’t know about teen driving. Read the first three facts here.

4. Teens crash most often because they are inexperienced – not because they necessarily take more risks

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Oct
21
2013

The most dangerous time of your teen driver’s life

By DriveitHOME

In observance of National Teen Driver Safety Week, we’re breaking down the top 10 things many parents don’t know about teen driving.

1. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S.

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Oct
17
2013

Top 10 things many parents don’t know about teen driving

By DriveitHOME

During National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct. 20-26), traffic safety advocates across the country will work to raise awareness about why teen drivers crash and how to prevent these crashes.

To help parents understand the scope of the problem, the National Safety Council compiled a list of the top 10 things most parents don’t know about teen driving:

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Oct
16
2013

How will you observe National Teen Driver Safety Week?

By DriveitHOME

Oct. 20-26 is National Teen Driver Safety Week – the perfect time for parents and teens to have meaningful discussions about safe driving and learn how to stay safe on our roads.

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Oct
11
2013

Observe National Teen Driver Safety Week

By DriveitHOME

Sadly, many parents believe homicide, suicide and disease are bigger threats to their teens’ safety than the vehicles sitting in the driveway. But nothing kills more teens in the U.S. than car crashes. NSC, along with several other traffic safety organizations, is observing National Teen Driver Safety Week Oct.

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Oct
7
2013

Tell your teens how much they matter

By DriveitHOME

National You Matter to Me Day is Oct. 7 – a great opportunity for parents to tell teens how much they matter. Signing a parent-teen driving agreement is a good way to mark to holiday. Parent-teen driving agreements establish a set of household rules teens must follow in order to have driving privileges, and the agreements show how much parents care about their teens’ safety.

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Sep
24
2013

Parents, how are your teens driving?

By DriveitHOME

Every parent wants to believe his or her child always follows the rules and obeys the law. This includes the rules of the road. A new study from State Farm reveals that’s not the case.

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Sep
10
2013

Video: Potato Boy

By DriveitHOME

Teens know a lot about many things. Driving really isn’t one of them. Learn how to coach your teen drivers at driveithome.org.

Check out the DriveitHOME YouTube channel for more videos.

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Sep
5
2013

Get your copy of Not So Fast

By DriveitHOME

Parents with teen drivers should consider taking a trip to the book store (sit shotgun and let your teen drive if he or she is old enough!) and pick up a copy of  Not So Fastnow on shelves.

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