Most new teen drivers are beyond excited to get their driver’s license. It’s a rite of passage and the first step to adulthood. However, it’s also a very scary time for concerned parents, like YOU!
Car crashes is the #1 killer of teens, so it’s important to take the learning to drive process very seriously. The first step is to take a deep breath and try to relax.
After taking a deep breath and trying to relax a bit, the next step is to find a AAA-recommended Drivers Ed program to take the required 30-hour class and in-car driving lessons.
In addition to classroom hours and in-car instruction, new teen drivers must practice what they learn. This is where you come in. Encourage your child to drive with you.
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