The book was designed to make it easier for you and your teenage by answering question you have and some you may have not even thought of.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Teaching your teenager how to drive can be a terrifying job with their inexperience and combined distractions of technology and friends. What is the best way to teach them? How do I keep them safe? How do I keep them from getting mad at me?
The Schafer Law Office is coming out with a book to help answer all of these questions: The Family Survivor Guide To a New Driver. Personal Injury attorney, Mike Schafer of The Schafer Law Office, and his daughters, Rachael and Savannah Schafer, have teamed up to write a book to parents and new drivers to help them survive the new driver stage.
In the first part of the book, Mike writes to the parents giving helpful advice to parents throughout their teenager's new driving phase. He covers everything from how to prepare for them getting their driver's permit to what to do when they are in a car accident. He answers all of the questions parents to new drivers have.
The second half of the book is written by Rachael, with excerpts by Savannah. This half of the book is written for the new driver. They discuss how they survived learning to drive from their parents and offer some helpful tips and advice for all the new drivers.
The book was designed to make it easier for you and your teenage by answering question you have and some you may have not even thought of. It will be available early next year, and you will be able to purchase your own copy at http://www.MikeSchaferLaw.com.