Driving could be one of the most dangerous responsibilities your teen has faced in their life so it’s important to equip your child with good driving habits early in their driving life.
So your teenager passed their Learner’s test and they’re ready to get behind the wheel. Driving could be one of the most dangerous responsibilities your teen has faced in their life and it’s important to equip your child with good driving habits early in their driving life. We have some tips for you in this blog post.
Firstly, place a Learner Drivers sign on the rear of your car. This isn’t required by law, but it is good practice because it might encourage drivers around you to be more patient when your teen driver stops for a little longer at a stop street or drives slowly down the road. If you’re placing the sign in your rear-view window, make the sure the sign doesn’t obscure your vision. You can also stick a Learner Driver sign on the body of the back of your car.
Parent involvement is very important when it comes to teaching your child to drive, but it might be easier on everyone if your teen driver has a few lessons with a professional driving instructor first. It would also help to have a few lessons prior to doing the Driver’s License, to help iron out any problems and to help your child better understand what is required to pass the test.
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Driving takes all of our concentration at the best of times. Driving in the rain is much more difficult. In wet conditions, it’s imperative to understand how to safely manoeuvre your vehicle and avoid weather-related car accidents. Responsible driving means that you’ll be more likely to complete your journey safely.