Is Your Teen Learning to Drive? Use These Resourceful Links to Help Your New Driver Navigate the Roads Safely & Confidently
If your teenager is learning to drive, these helpful and informative websites can help increase his or her confidence while staying safe.
Difficulty getting your driving lessons to resonate with your teen? Don’t just take our word for it, take teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman’s advice and consider having your teen learn how to drive elsewhere. Not only does it help prevent stress on your relationship with your teen, but professional driving schools have the experience, knowledge and tools necessary to equip new drivers with the foundation for future successful driving habits.
- Not all teens are thrilled about driving. If your teen or someone they know has experienced a serious car wreck in the past, they may be more fearful of driving than they are excited about it. Depending on the level of fear, you may want to try helping your teen overcome the fear of driving without professional help. If in doubt as to the severity of your teen’s aversion to driving, consider visiting a professional to help you address the issue.
- At Top Driver Driving School, we work with parents to help them impress upon their teen the importance of becoming a safe driver. For more advice on helping your teen drive defensively, visit the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
- It is important to understand, as well as practice, the keys to defensive driving.
- The National Safety Council recently published this overview of how parents can help their teenage drivers develop good driving habits.
To learn more about safe driving, contact the expert driving instructors at Top Driver Driving School. Top Driver is the nation’s largest driving school, with locations throughout Chicagoland, including Buffalo Grove, Wilmette, Wheaton and many more. Call (888) 471-5418 to ask about our driver training, tests, and lessons.