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Baby on Board: Safe Driving with Kids in Canada

Distraction comes in many forms. Especially for parents. According to a poll of 2,000 new moms, nearly 10% of them had been in a collision while driving with their baby. Experts say that’s on par with teen drivers, widely considered the driving population with the highest crash risk. I recently…

How to Teach Your Teen to Avoid Distracted Driving

Guest Author Bio: David Moss has been obsessed with cars since he was little. When he realized he could combine his love of writing with his passion for cars, his fate was sealed. When he is not writing about anything automotive, he spends his time hiking. You can reach him…

Stay Safe on the Road: The Top Six Most Common Mistakes New Drivers Make

Being a new driver is an exciting time for most young people. However, driving is also a risky venture. If you aren’t careful, there can be serious consequences. Below are six common mistakes new drivers make that you should avoid. 1. Aggressive Driving One thing new drivers like to do…

Parents on Board: Does New Technology Allow Parents to Keep Teen Drivers Safe, or Just Invade their Privacy?

While all parents wish they could be in the car with their teen drivers at all times, there comes a point when their teen will drive on their own. However, thanks to new technology, parents will be able to closely monitor their teen driver’s driving habits—even when they aren’t actually…

The Best Resources for Showing Your Teens the Gravity of Distracted and Impaired Driving

Modern technology, while beneficial is most cases, has added a real hazard to the already worrisome prospect of new teenage drivers heading out onto the open road. Parents are rightfully concerned for the safety and well-being of their novice drivers as they get behind the wheel with potential distractions. The…

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