Monthly Archives: November 2015

Happy Thanksgiving! Four Things Drivers Have to Be Thankful for This Year

On this blog (and in our courses), we spend a lot of time reminding you of the dangers you face when you’re on the road. After all, for most of us, driving is one of the most dangerous things we’ll ever do, and unlike most risky activities, driving isn’t something we do on occasion or […]

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Inequality on the Road: The Hidden Dangers of Driving While Poor

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It’s a fact you’ll hear us repeat over and over again: motor vehicle collisions are one of the leading causes of death in the United States, especially among teenagers. Indeed, in 2013, car crashes represented the number one cause of death for Americans between 15 and 24 years old, and one of the top five […]

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10 Online Teen Driver Resources That Will Make You a Better Driver

When new drivers first get on the road, one of the first things they learn is how much they still don’t know. No, it’s not because they didn’t pay enough attention in drivers ed; rather, because driving involves dealing constantly with unique and unpredictable situations, there’s a lot you can learn only once you’ve had […]

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Buying Your First Car: A Guide for Teens (and Everyone Else!)

We know that getting a drivers license can be stressful—that’s why we do everything we can to guide our drivers ed students through the process in a clear and straightforward way. But for many, the unfortunate fact is that as hard as getting a license can be, the process of buying your first car can be […]

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