Your children have turned to you for help in many things over the years. You helped them learn their ABCs, how to pet a dog and how to tie their shoes. Later, maybe you taught them how to make an omelet or what cycles to use when putting whites or colors in the washing machine. But it’s all child’s play compared to the most nerve-wrecking thing a parent will ever teach their children: how to drive.
With all the distractions in a car today, it is normal to worry about how this can affect your child’s driving. Providing them with the correct education can help them realize the danger. Even if you let a driving school handle the heavy lifting (a smart idea and one that could reduce your insurance rates), you’re probably going to have to get into a car with your teenager at some point. But teaching your teen to drive doesn’t have to be a super stressful experience if you remember these three rules of the road.
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