The information below was developed to help parents with their newly licensed driver.
1.SET A GOOD EXAMPLE
"Do As I Say, Not As I Do" Doesn't Work!
2. SET GROUND RULES: in order to provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate maturity and responsibility.Teach your teen to use seatbelts
3. MAKE SURE THE STUDENT IS FAMILIAR WITH ALL CONTROLS AND SAFETY DEVICES WITHIN THE VEHICLE
4. EXPECT YOUR STUDENT TO MAKE MISTAKES
Separate physical errors (turning the wheel too soon) from mental errors
Look for positive situations to make positive compliments
5. REFRAIN FROM TALKING TOO MUCH
Discuss driving route prior to driving
Give proper advance warnings for maneuvers
Keep the directions simple
6. REMAIN CALM
keep a sense of humor
Give your teen gentle, constructive critiques of their driving, and keep your temper in check.
Parent - Teen Agreement : This guide was designed as a teaching tool and it contains valuable advice, checklists, a driving log,
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