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How to Set an Example for Your Teen Driver

Last updated 4 years ago

When your teenage son or daughter is learning to drive, it is essential to set the groundwork for a lifetime of safe and responsible driving. As a parent, you play a major role in teaching your teen driver quality driving skills and safe driving behavior. If you are wondering how to get involved with your teen’s driver education, here are some tips for how to set an example for your teen driver.

Demonstrate Responsible Driving
When your teen is learning to drive, it is important for you to demonstrate responsible driving at all times. If you are behind the wheel of the car, you should avoid distracted driving behaviors such as texting or talking on the phone. In addition, be sure to drive safely and cautiously. By showing responsible driving behaviors to your teen, you will help emphasize the importance of driving safety.

Practice Driving Skills
Practice is a key component in the driver training process. As a parent, you can help set a great example for your teen driver by practicing driving skills on a routine basis. When you are in the car with your son or daughter, driving safely will help to reinforce smart driving behaviors and safe decision-making.

Create Rules and Boundaries
Once your teen has passed the driver’s test, it is important to create rules and boundaries for driving. By setting driving rules with your teen, you will help keep your teen driver safe on the road. When discussing rules and boundaries, it can be helpful to explain how these rules will help keep your teen safe.

When your teen driver enrolls at Top Driver, he or she will receive the best quality driver training. Our innovative driving school offers a fully comprehensive approach to driver education, including training for parents. To learn about enrolling at one of our five locations throughout the Chicago area, give us a call at (888) 471-5418. 


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