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One of the keys to safe driving for our teens (and ourselves) is to be “ready for anything.” Stuff Happens when you’re driving—and hydroplaning is one of those things that most of us don’t see coming. What is Hydroplaning? It’s that fleeting—but awful—feeling you can get when you’re driving on a wet road and your tires lose contact with the road surface. It generally lasts for only a few seconds, but it can seem much
As promised – here are 3 more ways to cut your Auto insurance premium (after adding a – gasp!!– Teen Driver to your policy.)  4. Pick a Safe Car. While it’s true flashy cars look cool, especially when you’re a teenager, it’s also true that flashy cars tend to require higher insurance premiums. More importantly, ‘too much car’ can get your child killed or permanently disabled. When it comes to giving your child a car,
The day your teenager starts driving is a significant one. Here are two things that happen to parents almost immediately: 1) You get a proud and warm feeling from seeing your child gaining independence 2) Your get a huge increase in your auto insurance bill. According to research cited by CBS News, adding a teen to an auto insurance policy can increase rates by a whopping 44 to 62 percent (but getting him or her
Old-school driving advice said to always hold your hands at “10 and 2.” In other words, if your steering wheel were a clock, your left hand would be at 10 o’clock and your right hand would be at 2 o’clock. “9 and 3” is the new 10 and 2 Nowadays, however, things are different. Forget 10 and 2!  Thanks to changes in car technology, as well as realizations about airbags and the need for faster  reactions
Many influences are available to young people through media, peers, but perhaps the most powerful are the examples of close family  members who serve as models of behavior—good and bad. Keep these points in mind when discussing drinking and driving with your son  or daughter. 1)   Do as I say AND as I do is your best way to model the behavior choices you expect in your young adult. Never expect behavior from your son or daughter that