Help your new driver learn the rules of the road.
Tips for Nervous Parents of Teen Drivers
It’s natural to be nervous as your child heads out on to the road. Here are some tips from Progressive that may help you while teaching new drivers to get familiar with the car and the rules of the road.
- Mishaps are scary, but it’s important to get back on the road after one.
- Pick a leisurely time to hit the road but not during rush hour.
- Teach defensive driving.
Teen Driver’s Ed: Eliminate Distractions
The first step in becoming a responsible driver is learning the rules of the road. Eliminate distractions and put time into learning your car and the road. Learn about the most crucial things to focus on with help from Nationwide.
- Put down the phone.
- Practice parking.
- Practice entering and exiting freeways.
Are You a Good Driver?
Find out by taking a seven-question quiz from Mercury Insurance. Whether you are studying for a driving test or just want to brush up on your knowledge, a quick refresher quiz is always a good idea.