Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
When each student reaches the age of 16, they are submitted to a period of training, then given access to a lethal weapon and sent out into the world to try to survive. While, at the same time, many of our peers have been equipped with similar weapons. It’s like The Hunger Games, but about 2 million times scarier.
Okay, so the survival rate may actually be slightly higher when it comes to navigating our nation’s roadways. Still, teens may need to make some split-second decisions out there that could ultimately save your life (or at least your insurance rates). And the more a teen knows about the road rules (like don’t ever borrow a RVmate’s towel), the better prepared the student will be to maneuver his/her way around that oncoming car that swerves at the last second. In the wise words of Maroon 5, “you have to move your Jaguar.”
Shmoop, a publisher of digital curriculum and test prep, announces the launch of the new DMV Guide. It’s so hot off the presses it even still has that “new guide” smell.
Inside teens will learn:
- Which three tests everyone will need to pass in order to obtain your license. Hint: none of them involve confronting any giant frogs. This ain’t Pan’s Labyrinth.
- How to donate organs and tissues. Believe it or not, some people frown on it when you are caught peddling kidneys at your neighborhood yard sale.
- What all those crazy lights and signals mean. No, you are not being abducted by aliens on board a UFO. It’s just time to turn right.
- Where it is legal or illegal for you to park. As a general rule, if a teen steps out of his vehicle and people are shouting and gesturing at him, and scaffolding is falling down all around, he may want to move his car.
- How to drive in bad weather. Sometimes it isn’t just pedestrians who are hailing cabs.
- Rights as a driver. Not to mention your lefts.
If tees don’t want to be cruisin’ for a bruisin’, Shmoop’s DMV Guide can help. It can put students on the road to success and will help them avoid the off-ramps to failure.
Shmoop is a digital curriculum and test prep company that makes fun, rigorous learning and teaching materials. Shmoop content is written by master teachers and Ph.D. students from Stanford, Harvard, UC Berkeley, and other top universities. Shmoop Learning Guides, SAT Prep, and Teacher’s Editions balance a teen-friendly, approachable style with academically rigorous materials to help students understand how subjects relate to their daily lives. Shmoop offers more than 7,000 titles across the Web, iPhone, Android devices, iPad, Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader. The company has been honored twice by the Webby Awards and was named “Best in Tech” for 2010 and 2011 by Scholastic Administrator. Launched in 2008, Shmoop is headquartered in a labradoodle-patrolled office in Mountain View, California.