Blog posts tagged with 'new drivers'
Even skilled and experienced drivers will often admit that they dread having to visit the DMV. Will they get what they need, or will they find out that they are missing some necessary file, proof or signature? There are many requirements for drivers and vehicles, and they vary from one state to the next. That’s why so many teenagers are bewildered by the paperwork and documentation needed to obtain a driver’s license. Perhaps you are almost old enough to drive and you have a sea of questions swirling in your mind. Which documents are required? What steps are optional? Am I old enough to start the process? Does my state allow online driver’s education?
Driver beware! Just being a new driver means you’re more at risk of getting certain tickets. That’s not a result of the police specifically targeting young drivers. It’s simply because new drivers don’t have the experience to “steer clear” of danger, and they’re more likely to drive while distracted. If you want to stay safe and keep your money in your wallet, read about the most common tickets and how to avoid them. What 3 traffic tickets are new drivers most likely to get?
Parenting can take on new levels of stress as children reach the driving age. Kids think of the freedom that having a driver’s license can bring them. Parents, though, are more likely to worry about the risks. They may wonder about their teenager’s attention to safety and how their vehicle will get through this time scratch-free. After all, teenagers are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than drivers age 20 or older. How can you make the transition as smooth and easy as possible?