Driver’s Ed is just the beginning. Even after they’ve gotten their permit or license, teens still need lots of guidance. Coaching kids who are learning to drive isn’t always a cinch for parents, but these tips from Rachel Withers, manager of Bridgestone Teens Drive Smart, a national …keep reading
Throughout the years, GEICO has proudly supported the Girl Scouts through activities and events such as the GEICO DASHboard Road Safety Program, which addresses broad driver safety topics and smart decision-making. This year marked the first time GEICO included a distracted driving component to the Car Care Program, which originated …keep reading
Most teens want to hit the open road the second they get their driver’s license. But a growing body of evidence suggests it’s important to put limits on when, where and with how many friends they drive.
Those restrictions can dramatically reduce the chances that teen drivers— …keep reading
You spend a lot of time driving the kids around—soccer practice, rehearsals, appointments, road trips—and though you may have accepted noise and messiness as inevitable, kids can also be a source of distracted driving.
Jesse McCarthy, a parent coach and longtime educator based in Orange County, California, has …keep reading