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The DriveTrainer Foundation mission is to bring driver safety education and training to the young, new, and future drivers of Central Florida, using advanced simulators, in-car demonstration by professional instructors and drivers, media, and more. Follow and share to spread the word on the latest effort to make our teen drivers safer!
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To drive like a grown-up, a beginner driver needs to practice at least 50 hours at home and follow these tips: 📌Buckle up: Both you and all your passengers should be buckled up before you turn over the ignition. In California, wearing seat belts is mandatory. If you do have an accident and someone in your car is not buckled up, you could be charged with a crime. 📌Allow plenty of room: Always drive with the "three-second rule" in mind. Look at the vehicle ahead of you and note when it crosses a shadow over the road or passes a certain mark. If it takes your vehicle less than a count of three to reach the same spot, chill out; you are following too close. 📌Slow down: Young drivers underestimate the power (and weight) of a vehicle speeding down the roadway and they overestimate their ability to control and react to an emergency situation. When you consider those two factors, it's easy to understand why 37% of all teen fatalities from car accidents have been linked to speeding. 📌Watch the intersections: Drivers who run red lights are a major cause of serious injuries. Assume (for safety's sake) that the other driver is going to make an illegal maneuver, and be ready to avoid the problem. 📌No drugs or alcohol in your car: If you know your friends use drugs or alcohol, do not allow them to ride with you. it's as simple as that. Besides the fact that it's illegal in all 50 states, teen drinking is involved in one-third of all teen driving fatalities.
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“Mama, can I vroom my cars on your back?”
He was two, I was exhausted, it was the perfect solution.
Sesame Street, me on the couch in a sleep deprived haze, and a toddler happy to trace my back with his Daddy’s @mattel Matchbox cars.
I know every parent of a teen says, “It feels like just yesterday,” but it’s the truth.
Matchbox cars were once a way of life for him.
Constantly underfoot, in the crevices of my car, even in the unlikeliest of places: my purse, my makeup drawer, my shoe.
Signs that he’d followed me into a room or on an errand, with his toddler chatter, telling me about his day.
He’s 16 now and he bought his first car last night.
I don’t know where the time has gone and when we opened the car door to see that the owner had left my son a Matchbox car in the cup holder, I couldn’t hold back the tears.
“Thank you,” I said, with tears spilling over.
“You’re welcome. This car has been my baby. I’m glad it’s going to a good home.”
“Well, he’s our baby,” I said, ruefully and with a smile.
He’s all grown up.
And he’s vrooming his own cars now.
And when we arrived home, he said, “Hey, Mom, wanna take a ride in my new car?” 🧡 #motherhoodunplugged ❤️ #momofteens#parenting#lifewithteens#teensanddriving#teendriving#dodgedart#matchboxcars#matchboxcars 🚗 #mattel#matteltoys#matchbox#matchboxcollector#matchboxcollection
#ad As a parent, helping your teen build confidence when they're behind the wheel is so important for road-ready safe driving. @countryfinancial
It's no secret that teen drivers are a constant worry for parents and guardians, alike. While this isn't because anyone feels that they're any less safe of a driver, they're new to the road and can sometimes get distracted easily.
With Teen Driver Safety Week (October 20--26) happening soon, now is a great time to prepare your teen driving for how to be confident and safe when they're driving down the road.
Our teen daughter is actually 15 and learning how to drive. While we've been going over all the driving safety tips that we can think of with her on a daily basis, there are some that we talk about with her more than others.
Looking for simple ways to help talk about safe driving with your teen? On the blog, we share some helpful safe driving tips that can help boost your teen’s confidence when they are behind the wheel.
Storytime, y’all! So before I get into it, I need to give y’all a little background - I'm a notoriously slow driver. Like, I’m not a total grandma, but I’m pretty close because I always have people racing around me in a hurry to get to who knows what. With that being said, I decided that I wanted to pick up the pace a little bit and do a better job of staying with traffic.
Now that y’all are all caught up, I was driving down the highway this morning, initially trying to stay with the car next to me, when I realize that the guy was doing well over 70 in a 55. Of course, I slowed down and just in the nick of time, too. It was just few seconds later a police car materialized, lights blazing.
In life, it’s easy to find ourselves trying “keep up” with the people around us. I know I do it all the time - whether it’s texting my friends to see what they’re wearing to camp, trying to squat the same amount of weight as my teammate, or trying to fill the red converse of my hero after she graduated.
There’s no problem with trying to be like someone you admire, but we must make sure that these people are leading us in a positive direction. Make sure that the people you’re following are going to help you get to Heaven, not pulled over on the side of the highway.