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Free handbook to help parents with teen drivers.

Posted by lapearce on July 20, 2009

Teaching your teen how to drive can be a stressful and frightening endevor. Luckily, there are tools out there deisgned to help parents during this important part of your teen’s life. Remember: your involvement reduces the chance that your teen is involved in a crash, so do everything you can to be a part of your teen’s driver’s training, licensing and driving.

To help you during this difficult time Metlife has created a handbook that has been endorsed by the NHTSA. This handbook will help you with:

  • Staying cool as a copilot
  • What to do before each trip
  • Helping your teen see
  • Helping them follow in traffic
  • Controlling speeds
  • Safe space and the vehicle
  • Deciding where to go
  • Communicating on the road.

Metlife will mail this book to you free of charge.

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One Response to “Free handbook to help parents with teen drivers.”

  1. safedriver said

    Good suggestions. We have an online version at Young Drivers of Canada called Co-Driver (www.yd.com) and it helps a lot.Animations, videos and sugestions.

    http://safedriving.wordpress.com

    Scott

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