Youngsters may want to drive, but there are certain rules to follow. Our list of tips for teen drivers can help them learn the right kinds of behavior.
Whether your child is going back to college or heading off for their first year, getting them ready for the time away can be a nerve-racking experience. As a parent you worry about their safety, and that should definitely include the car that’s taking them so far from home…
National Teen Driver Safety Week, which runs October 18-24, 2015, reminds parents and teens that safety behind the wheel is a top priority year-round.
Wondering where to teach your child to drive? These are the best locations to get a new driver behind the wheel of a car.
So you’re new or new-ish to driving? Here are some essential safety tips for young drivers.
Learning how to teach your child to drive isn’t as difficult as you think. Take your time, relax, and communicate, and they’ll be ready in no time.
Teen driver technology is the new-fangled way to keep young drivers safe, providing monitoring tools for parents to evaluate and discuss driving behavior.
Be involved in picking out your teen’s first car. The best thing you can do for your teen is set a good driving example.
You have a new driver in the house, a teenager, and you’re immensely proud of his or her achievement. Teen driver gifts are in order this holiday season.
Passing your car down can benefit a loved one or a friend. But not every vehicle is suitable for gifting purposes.