Some of the toughest jobs on the planet are: protecting our great country in battle, ice road trucking, Alaskan crab fishing, prison warden, and being a statuesque guard at Buckingham Palace. But those jobs are nothing compare to the challenges of being a parent.
The constant teaching, loving, and worrying that comes along with parenting is not a part-time gig, it’s around the clock, and it is as demanding as it is rewarding.
When you kids are young you worry that they will fall and hurt themselves, won’t eat enough fruits and vegetables, or if they are getting enough sleep. But parenting takes on a new level of difficulty as they grow into their teen years. This is because now your teenager has the right to operate, maneuver, and be in charge of a moving box of machinery and steel. That’s right… now your child can drive.
So how can you teach your new driver to be as safe as possible while driving?
Here are 7 driving tips to share with your teenager