4 Safe Driving Lessons for Your Teen

| April 18, 2019

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Teach your teen how to be a safe driver. If you are currently teaching your teen how to drive, then safe driving practices are the most important things that you can pass onto them.  When it comes to safe driving, it’s important that you go back to the basics, even if they seem really obvious.  Here are some of the lessons that you should use to teach your teen how to be a safe driver. 1) Always Wear Your Seatbelt. When teaching your teen how to drive, you should emphasize the importance of always wearing their seatbelt, even for short trips.  Not only will their seatbelt save their life in an accident, but it will also ensure that they are not pulled over and issued a ticket. 2) Never Drink and Drive. While this goes without saying, your teen should never get behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  You should also remind your child that it is their responsibility to never get into a car operated by someone who has been drinking or doing drugs.

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