Posts Tagged‘driving’

3 Ways to Study for Your Drivers License Test

As your drivers license test nears closer, the freedom of you being out on the road becomes more and more of a reality. But without proper study habits, the late-night runs for snacks, summer road trips, or even the simple ability go meet friends is nothing more than a pipe dream. Here are three simple tricks to use before hitting the highway. Review Your Drivers Manual There is a simple reason everyone enrolled in a Drivers Education course receives the state manual: it covers everything. From interstate speeds to suburban cross walks, students will find nearly every law and mandate…

5 Tips to Keep Your Teen Safe Behind the Wheel

When the time comes for your teenager to get behind the wheel, your anxiety levels can ultimately go through the roof. That being the case, what are you doing to make sure your teen is as protected as possible when he or she starts driving? Although you can only do so much to protect them, don’t feel like they are an accident waiting to happen. In fact, millions of teens get through their teen years without even a scratch while behind the wheel. So, will you all you can to make sure your teen is as safe as possible when…

Staying Safe on the Roads This Winter

One of the biggest causes of accidents on the road come as a result of poor weather conditions, when the rain, sleet, snow and high winds hit the roads they alter driving conditions and many fail to adapt in order to stay safe, a recent survey of 750 drivers found that 21% of them do not take extra precautions in the colder weather. Naturally one of the worst times when it comes to driving on the roads is during winter when the ice and the snow arrive and you need to be very mindful of how you are driving throughout…