A guide for parents and their teen drivers, from speaking with your child about the dangers of driving to teaching them the difference between the brake and the accelerator.
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Some GDL laws are insufficient, causing parents to sign parent-teen driving contracts with their children.
Look at safe driving tech for teens including blind-spot monitoring and forward-collision warnings.
Most states impose restrictions on whom your teen can drive with, when they can drive, and how they can use electronic devices while driving, if at all.
While you can’t study for your child, you can help them along the way, quizzing them and making sure they get a good breakfast on the mornings of their written, visual, and road exams.
“First, [driving] is a normal step your teens are taking, and you need to trust them. Babying a teen when they are learning to drive is what can often cause them to ‘rebel’ by not being as careful as they should be.”- Rachel Fink, mother of young adults ages 27, 25, 21, 19, and 17.
Fortunately, you can expect your rates to decrease by over a third from the time your teenager first starts driving to the time they turn 19.
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