FIND A DRIVER'S ED PROGRAM THAT REALLY WORKS

| March 14, 2019

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Few parenting milestones can match that heart-in-throat moment when you watch for the first time as your teen driver backs out of the driveway – solo. But there is a way to worry less: Make sure your child has the benefit of driver's education training. Studies show that teens who take driver's ed are significantly less likely to get a ticket or have an accident during their first year of driving compared to kids who don't. Fellow parents are a great resource when comparing programs in your area. You'll want to look for one that: EMPHASIZES SAFETY. If its website touts "fast," "easy" and "passing the driver's test," move on. You want schools that strive to build solid, basic skills. Do that, and the driver's test will take care of itself. OFFERS ENOUGH TIME BEHIND THE WHEEL. Classes should include at least six hours of on-the-road training, done over several days.

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The Catholic Church mooted the idea of the formation of Pacis Insurance Company Limited (Pacis) in 1997. This was after realisation that the church needed to have a sustainable avenue of raising funds to support her projects. Pacis was incorporated in Kenya in October 2004 and licensed to do business in August 2005.

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