You can create the calm atmosphere so that your teen hears, listens, and processes the information they need to make better safe driving decisions.
As parents, we’re so used to telling our children what to do. But when it comes to driving, we need to coach them.
Telling them what to do (brake now, turn here, put your turn signal on) will only help them know how to operate a car. But you don’t just want them to know how to operate the car; you want them to be a safe defensive driver, and continue to be long after you’re in the car with them.