The mission of Partners for Safe Teen Driving is to help communities develop a parent education program, so that parents can guide their ren through the first perilous years of driving. Many college divisions and communities in Virginia have partnered to develop Safe Teen Driving programs.
i pledge to not talk, text and drive. I understand the dangers of talking or texting on mobile phone while driving 508 People have pledged so far to make our roads safer!
Breaking of this rule results in ____ days/months of driving privileges. • Attention To Driving I will not do things while driving that distracts me from the road. No applying makeup, getting things in and out of a purse or back-pack, etc. Breaking of this rule results in ____ days/months of driving privileges.
Technology specifically designed to create and reinforce safe driving skills can help your new driver learn good habits. Drivewise ® Get a personalized experience with real-time driving feedback and insights, in-app safety alerts and safe driving tips. Parents can stay informed of any unsafe driving habits—perfect for coaching your new driver.
9 people die every day in the United States from driving distracted. 11% of car accidents leading to fatalities are related to distracted driving. When texting , your eyes are off the road for 5 seconds .
Many parents don’t realize it, but the #1 threat to their teen’s safety is driving or riding in a car with a teen driver.. The fact is, more than 2,400 teens lost their lives in car crashes in 2016. That’s six teens …
I pledge to model safe driving for my two teen drivers and their er mans. If I don’t teach them safe habits, who will? Moms, put down the phone and drive. I pledge,i take the pledge to be safe when driving and only drive when I am old enough, PREACH!!!!! Reply. Karen Nguyen says. December 14, 2015 at 11:21 am
Driving Under the Influence | Steer Clear® | State Farm® This video is a video in a series on teen driver safety. This video explains the importance of not driving under the influence.
Safe Driving Pledge driving reality: Most adult drivers have not taken a driving safety test or a refresher driving class since they were 16. The good news is that the