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Unexpected Skills You Should Teach Your Teen Driver

Unexpected Skills You Should Teach Your Teen Driver

Keep your teen safe on the roads by developing useful habits and securing auto insurance in Banning.

If you’re a parent who has tried teaching your teen to drive, you know what a stressful yet exciting experience it can be. The panic comes from knowing how dangerous driving a car sometimes is, and knowing how eager your child is to gain some freedom. While your teenager may be taking lessons from a professional, it’s wise to instill some useful habits when you take them driving. After all, you have the experience behind the wheel to prepare your teen for the roads.

Manual Safety Checks

Cars these days are fitted with the highest technology to prevent crashes. While this is great for motorists, teenagers must learn not to rely on these systems, as every car they drive may not be equipped with such technology. Ensure that your teen gets into the habit of using their mirrors when parking and that they look over their shoulder to check their blind spot before merging. These skills are critical to driving any car.

Take Them Driving at Night

It’s likely that your teen has solely been driving during the day, whether it’s driving to the grocery store on the weekend or home from football practice on weekdays. Either way, your teenager may not have had much time behind the wheel when it’s dark outside. Take your child out driving on a weekday night when the roads are quiet to teach them how and when to use their headlights and how to stay safe on the roads at night.

Scan the Road Ahead

Teenagers are often so focused on operating a vehicle that they forget to observe what’s going on around them. Ensure that your teen knows to scan the road ahead of them, watching out for pedestrians crossing, turning vehicles, and traffic. Encourage them to use their mirrors to ensure that they are aware of other drivers, as this will help them to drive more defensively.

Your teen can have the right protection in place to cruise the open roads worry-free. Visit Little & Sons Insurance Services to secure the right auto insurance in Banning and neighboring cities in California.


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