Teens Learning To Drive During Pandemic - Parents Can Help!

During the pandemic, many teens have had to make changes in their plans to get their driver’s license. With some driving schools closed due to COVID-19, more parents took over the responsibility of providing training. One thing that has not changed is that motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for teens 15-to-19 years old in the U.S. and in Texas. And it is not just the teen drivers at risk, it is also their passengers and younger teens, who are not even driving yet, that are at risk. Driver inexperience is one of the main reasons that teens are more likely to be in a crash. Setting guidelines and rules, parents can help make their teens safer drivers. Parents have more influence over their teens than they may think


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Aransas Pass, TX 78336