Mother and son in car
Let's keep them safe out there
posted in: Family
by Ryan Blesse

Keeping sixteen sweet

Sweet sixteen can be as exciting for your team as it is uneasy for you. As parents, relatives, teachers, and friends of teens, you want them to be responsible on the road. With COUNTRY Financial®, you can feel ready and informed using the free safety materials offered below.

       
Avoid driving distractions - Education is one of the most effective ways  to help your new driver be aware of any  kind of distraction. From talking on the cell phone or texting, to eating or changing the radio station, encourage your teen to be aware of the dangers of driving distractions.

http://www.simplydrive.com/teens.php

Beginning teenage drivers - This is designed to help parents of new teen drivers learn how to establish effective rules and talk with their teens about the risks associated with driving.

http://www.simplydrive.com/parents.php

Young drivers:  the high-risk years - This 16-minute video focuses on ways to reduce accidents caused by beginning drivers. Use this with your new drivers to break high-risk behavior before it becomes habit.

http://www.simplydrive.com/youngDrivers.php

Have your own tips on how to help new driver to be safe out there? Let us know what has worked for you and your teen below.

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