Let’s face it: kids grow up fast. To parents, it can feel like their babies are learning how to walk one day and the next day they’re heading off on their own, so it’s understandable that many parents get stressed out about their kids learning how to drive. When it comes down to it, though, there’s no stopping kids from growing up.
It’s best to accept the inevitable and try to teach teens how to drive safely and responsibly. Parents who are looking for a little bit of help figuring out how to do so can read on to find out how to get From ‘Are We There Yet’ To Taking The Wheel: Teaching Your Teen How To Deal With Disaster On The Road.
Have an Agenda
Before starting a driver training session, take the time to map out a route that travels quiet streets rather than busy thoroughfares …