Teach Your Teen to Drive

... And Stay Alive

Author: Brett Elkins

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

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Category: Education

Page: 82

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Every year thousands of teens die when they make a single mistake or bad decision. Tragically, one in four teenagers gets into a collision by age 18. Driving is also the leading cause of teenage deaths. Our book "Teach Your Teen to Drive... and Stay Alive" is a fun and highly effective way for parents to teach their teens to drive while covering each states' parent-teen practice driving laws-typically an average of 50 hours. Leave the "driving" to us with our new and fascinating "how to" book that reads like a novel but with a powerful message on safe driving! It has been statistically proven that parents can help reduce collisions by almost 33% just by practicing driving together. We provide you with the tools and "keys" for success with our critically acclaimed guidebook. The book is written with innovative, positive and lifesaving tips helping "safety-proof" your family from expensive collisions, tickets, insurance rates repairs or a DUI. "Teach Your Teen" features 8 simple, life-saving chapters that also focus on driving safety and reducing parent-teen anxiety. We developed a technique where the parent first performs each drill three times followed by the teen helping to reduce this anxiety and improving teen driving through multiple repetitions. The teen performs all of the drill's lessons in a "grand finale" or culmination and then you are rewarded as you celebrate your success together with our famous "ice cream social" that we know will create a lifetime of memories. "Teach Your Teen to Drive" is a professionally written book by two driving experts with over 50 years experience that will place you and your teen on the same page as they enter their own journey into adulthood. Ten years in the making, this is one of the best (and simplest) parent-teen driver's guide ever written. Together, we can make a difference helping you drive, thrive and stay alive!

Driving Book for Teens

The Driving Book On How To Teach Your Kid To Drive Safe With A Teenage Brain, Expert Tips & Tricks, Advice & Everything New Teen Drivers Need To Know To Stay Alive -Boys & Girl

Author: Justin Crenshaw

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Page: 152

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Teaching Your Teenager To Drive Carefully And Safely - Expert Tips And Advice For Parents And Teenage Boys And Girls For most teenagers, knowing how to drive is the first significant step towards freedom, adulthood, and independence. But make no mistake because the very first year or two of driving are also among the most dangerous times of your teenager's life. So, how can you as a parent prepare your teenage boy or girl to be safe, good drivers and keep them that way? The good news is - there are detailed, proven steps parents can take to get the best results they want. Motor vehicle accidents are the top cause of death for U.S. teens, and car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens between the ages of 16-19-year-olds. In 2017, six teens died every day, and hundreds more suffered injuries in car crashes. This is against drivers 20 years and above, the risk of being involved in a fatal accident is three times as great for teens who are 16-19, and new drivers have a crash rate 1.5 times higher than drivers who are 18 and 19 years old. It's gut-wrenching, shocking that the problem is still this big; 16 and 17-year-olds are far over-represented in fatal car crashes, more so than any other age group. However, crash data reveals that one of the three main reasons for teen car crashes include speeding, drinking and driving, and distraction. I know that the statistics are sobering; however, parents hold the keys to helping their teenagers beat these odds and teaching them how best to drive to avert many impending dooms. It requires sticking to what this book represents to keep teenagers safe before, during, and after learning to drive. So, if you are interested in teaching your kids to be a good driver to help sharpen their driving knowledge skills and mitigate the number of car accidents on our roads, then get a COPY of this BOOK today.

Teach Your Teenager How to Drive a Car

Sequential Lessons for a New Driver

Author: Hank Wysocki

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Page: 91

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Over 60,000 drivers are killed each year in auto accidents. Thousands more are injured, costing our nation billions of dollars! Teenage drivers alone were responsible for over 14,000 fatal crashes in the past 5 years! "Teach Your Teenager How to Drive a Car" will instruct parents: On how to effectively get their teenagers out onto the road safely and defensively.All the lessons on how to successfully teach a teenager how to drive a car are right here in a simple, easy to follow plan.On how to reinforce all the important skills and techniques associated with modern defensive driving! This book will also serve as a gentle reminder on how the adult instructor must serve as a role model each and every day for their new driver by demonstrating responsible driving habits and behaviors. "Teach Your Teenager How to Drive a Car" will provide new drivers with: All the lessons necessary to navigate our very complicated and hectic highway transportation system.The book progresses from the parking lot all the way to the skills of entering and driving on fast paced multi lane highways.All the proper skills and techniques necessary to handle a 2000 pound vehicle at high speeds both safely and defensively are right here! "Teach Your Teenager How to Drive a Car" will provide valuable lessons on: Proper car pre-start protocol. Handling the natural laws and driving forces. Driving in the city. Handling complicated intersections. Entering, driving on and exiting an expressway. Parallel parking, 3 point turns and angle parking. Handling emergency situations. Preparing for the road test. And much more! Driving a 2000 pound car at high speeds is no simple task. With the virtual demise of driver education programs in this country, increased pressure has been put on parents to effectively provide the driver education for their new drivers. Unfortunately most parents fail miserably, and really do not know where to begin when instructing their teenage drivers. Millions of dollars are spent on youth sports in america , but very little money is spent on the critical lifesaving skill of how to drive a car properly.Parents and teens download this book now and learn all the skills necessary to help keep you safe on the roads for the duration of your driving careers. "Teach Your Teenager How to Drive" will get you there! So scroll to the top of this page and buy now!

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

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Page: 48

View: 675

The most trustworthy source of information available today on savings and investments, taxes, money management, home ownership and many other personal finance topics.

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

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Page: 48

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The most trustworthy source of information available today on savings and investments, taxes, money management, home ownership and many other personal finance topics.

Tour Book

Mid-Atlantic

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Category: Middle Atlantic States

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Start Your Own Information Marketing Business

Your Step-By-Step Guide to Success

Author: Robert Skrob

Publisher: Entrepreneur Press

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 225

View: 606

Breaking down the information marketing world from A to Z, the undisputed info marketing expert offers professional strategies to set up a successful information marketing business. These businesses are easy to start, can be run from home, don’t require any employees, need little cash outlay, can be run part-time, and can produce millions of dollars a year. Readers learn everything they need to jump into this lucrative field, creating an entirely new business that gives them added income or replaces their current salary entirely.

Live Safely in a Dangerous World

How to Beat the Odds of Dying in an Accident

Author: John C. Myre

Publisher: Safety Times

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Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 273

View: 505

The lifetime odds of dying accidentally are 1-in-45. A personal safety plan will help you avoid accidents. This book shows you how to develop such a plan. It features 127 illustrated articles with safety tips for all activities such as driving, at home, and at play. There is also a special kids section.

The Bad Driver's Handbook

Hundreds of Simple Maneuvers to Frustrate, Annoy, and Endanger Those Around You

Author: Zack Arnstein

Publisher: Santa Monica PressLlc

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Category: Humor

Page: 192

View: 595

Myths of the "good" and "bad" driver are debunked by describing in detail the liberating truths about driving that have long been suppressed. Comical commentary and tongue-in-cheek observations are provided on such topics as intimidating pedestrians, making one's car louder, the dos and don'ts of sleeping at the wheel, and driving when one can no longer see. There is an exhaustive list of Did You Knows? such as: Did you know if you get boxed in by other, smaller cars in a parking space, you have the legal right to bash your way free? This entertaining guide is also full of safety tips, such as do not drive with your feet until you have mastered driving with your knees, and definitions like Pedestrian: annoying obstacle infringing upon your right to drive at any speed you choose. Hidden meanings behind ordinary traffic signs are revealed, including the coyly worded No U-turn sign, which actually means "look both ways for police officers, and if you don't see any, go ahead and make the U-turn."

Positive Parenting Your Teens

Author: Karen Renshaw Joslin

Publisher: Fawcett

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 412

View: 527

Providing techniques that emphasize cooperation, active listening and mutual respect, this book includes problems examined in alphabetically arranged entries, sample dialogue to guide anyone in "talking through" a problem, preventive measures to incorporate into day-to-day parenting, and advice about when to back off and how to seek outside help. This volume offers parents quick, clear, workable strategies for enjoying the teenage years.

Teenagers and Other Black Holes

A Survivor's Guidebook

Author: Jim Poole

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

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Page: 63

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Now you’ve done it. You created the beautiful baby, raised the darling child, and now stand face-to-face with something that even Dr. Spock could not possibly prepare the general population for, The Teenager! But there is hope. Armed with the knowledge contained in this handy reference guide, you too can survive this dark and stormy period in your life. And maybe, just maybe, the golden years of life will be spent with much of the original gray matter you possessed before you began the great journey. With this practical guidebook, containing original cartoons from Jim Poole’s Random Day cartoons, you can laugh your way to better parenting.

You're the Coach

A Guide for Parents of New Drivers

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Category: Automobile driving

Page: 25

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This publication is a guide for parents and guardians of teenagers learning to drive. It should be used with the Iowa Driver's Manual to aid you in instructing your new driver about how to safely and responsibly operate a motor vehicle. Since the task of driving is affected by changing conditions, this manual does not attempt to cover all situations that may arise.