How to Pick the Right Driver's Ed Program

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The practices and habits teens pick up while first learning to drive will resonate with them for the rest of their lives behind the wheel. That's why parents should investigate options and consult others on what they thought of a program. When speaking with the course instructor, don't hesitate to ask about their experience and background, and get an idea of the degree to which you can be involved without interfering. Follow the link below for more advice on getting your teen off to a smart start.

Pick the Right Driver's Ed Program for Your Teen
By Matt Schmitz | August 24, 2013 | Comments (0)
Tags: Advice, Safety

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