Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
DrivingHistory.com is about to release a comprehensive report on how to help teach teenaged children how to drive, the company said yesterday.
“Learning to drive is an exciting part of adolescence,” a DrivingHistory.com spokesman said. “On the other hand, it can be one of the most dangerous learning experiences of their young lives. But if parents work with their children, they can help teach them to be safer drivers. We want to help and be a part of that process.”
The DrivingHistory.com guide will take parents through the basics of what their teens need to know before they take their driving test, he said. Then it will go over information and advice that parents may not have had to worry about when they were learning to drive.
“Back when parents were first getting behind the wheel, they didn't have to worry about texting while driving, cell phones, or any of a dozen other distractions that have popped up over the years,” he said. “If anything, technology has made driving much more dangerous today than it was in the past, and parents need to be aware of these new challenges before they start teaching their children how to drive.”
DrivingHistory.com will release the guide on the members' area of their site as well as their social media channels and blogs, he said.
“We think that the best way to keep teens safe on the road is to make sure that parents can work with them to teach them good driving habits from the get-go,” he said. “That will help keep everyone safer.”
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