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My children have recently become teenagers but for the past year I have been sharing with them driving safety as we travel places. I only see them about once a month but you can make sharing driver safety a point to make on a trip. Some points I have made to my kids:
Start sharing the rules of the car when they can drive regarding friends and music, cell phone, or anything else you deem important.
You start sharing this stuff on occasion now and it won't be like you are nagging them when they start to learn how to drive. Teenagers learning how to drive have one thing on their mind, "a driver's licensce means freedom". At that time, they may not pay that much attention to your helpful instruction.
By Suntydt from Tazewell, TN
One other thing to teach them: turn signals are used to let other drivers know what you are doing since you already know. Turn them on before you start slowing down and hitting the brakes. Turn signal, then brake.
Instead of using cones to help a teen learn driving maneuverability; we used the tall tomato cages, upside down of course...