My teen had an online course and they went with a professional driving instructor, so why do I as a parent need this e-book?
Many states are like California where you as a parent are required to drive with your teen for 50 hours. When you drive with your teen, do you sit and remain silent offering no feedback or instruction? Of course not! You need to reinforce the lessons they have already learned, and teach them some new things by using this video-enhanced e-book to help you go about it in an organized, systematic, and time-efficient manner. Also, just because your teenager got their license, doesn't mean learning stops. Don't have them learn the hard way, you can make them a better driver if you have a plan. This e-book is a parent teen driving guide, that includes a parent teen driving contract, also known as a parent teen driving agreement, that is available in the FREE PREVIEW section of this e-book. Driver training is an important step in your teenager's life, and Teach Your Teen Driving: A Parent's Guide to Their Teen Driver will make sure your teen driver gets off to a good start. Your insurance is already expensive, and they are probably driving your car!
A Video-Enhanced e-Book for Parents
What is in this e-book that will help me with my teenager?
This e-book is for parents, so it includes information about how to best communicate with your teenager based on how your teenager learns. There is an activity that will help you identify and speak your teen’s “learning language,” which will save you a lot of time and effort. If you are having disagreements with your teen about their driving performance, simply use the Driving Session Evaluation form that describes exactly what a good (or bad) driving session looks like. Communication and coaching skills are essential in order quickly teach or reinforce proper driving skills, and this program gives you information on how to accomplish this. There is also information on how to do a proper vehicle safety inspection, including how to check all the fluids and change a tire. Information on vehicle dynamics is also presented in a quick and easy video format.
This parent teen driving e-book works well on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices! Traffic accidents are the #1 killer of teenagers, so parents need to take an active role in teaching their teen driving. This program will help you do that!
I don’t have time, we are way too busy.
Studies show half of all teenagers will get into an accident before graduating high school, and traffic accidents are the #1 killer of teens in the U.S. I know firsthand how hectic schedules can be with teenagers in the house. Often, the only time you get to drive with your teen is to school, to some sort of extracurricular activity, and maybe to grandma’s house on the weekend. There are 13 critical skills your teenager should have, and it is difficult to drive around until you encounter each situation and discuss it. The videos in this e-book allow you to sit down with your teen for just 15 minutes, 3 times per week to watch and discuss a short video about these skills. You will complete this program in just 6 weeks if you follow this plan. Simply use the included Skills Verification Checklist as your teen shows they understand and can demonstrate these skills. This program is actually a huge time-saver, and you will have peace-of-mind knowing you have given them your best effort to teach them these skills. Don’t be one of those parents who fudges the DMV form about how many hours you spent with them just so they can get their license and make your life easier. Your life will not be easier if your teen gets into a crash! If you really do not have the time to spend working with your teen on their driving skill, it may be a good idea to delay your teen’s driving. The consequences for not putting forth your best effort can be catastrophic.
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