Your teen has reached a major milestone. She’s passed her driver’s test, her license is in her hand, and she’s ready to hit the road. Before you let her go out on her first solo trip, or she loads up the car with all her friends, there are some important tips you should pass along to your teen driver. You’ll spare yourself some anxiety. You might even avoid getting a call to come to the rescue. Knowing the basics is important for any driver at any stage of life, but especially for someone who is relatively new to driving.
Teaching your child to drive is a rite of passage for many parents. While this is an exciting time for many families, it can also be stressful to put your child behind the wheel. It is understandable to be worried about your child’s safety as they take to the roads on their own. Here are five tips to keep in mind as you teach your teenager how to drive safely and with confidence.
Having a family is a huge responsibility, and owning a family car can be a huge relief, especially during the moments that require immediate action, such as going to a doctor or shopping for groceries at the last minute. Therefore, it’s essential to keep your car in top condition, so you won’t have to rely on others in times of need. So for that reason, here are some car maintenance and driving tips that will help you keep your family and your vehicle safe.
Teaching your teenager how to drive a car is only half the battle in helping them learn to maintain and take care of a car. Cars do a good job of getting you from point A to point B, but they need to be taken care of in order to stay safe and reliable. Part of being independent and driving a car is learning how to maintain it. The following are five musts for teaching your teenager about car maintenance.
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How to parent a new teen driver without losing your mind? Many parents of teens wonder how time has moved so quickly. It seems that just the other day you were installing a car seat and now your child is begging to borrow the car. The thought of your precious baby behind the wheel […]