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Teach Your Child to Be a Good Pedestrian This Halloween

On Halloween once-quiet streets suddenly fill with bustling trick-or-treaters making their way from house to house. Although the night is for children to revel in costumes and candy, for parents and caregivers, making sure kids stay safe while going door-to-door can be stressful, and a challenge. Driving collisions are more common on Halloween, and children […]

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Teen Talk: Finding the Time to Get behind the Wheel

Hey everyone, long time no see! As you guys know, I am a high school junior. There is so much that goes into junior year – lots of homework, a bunch of projects, and at least a few tests everyday. It can get super stressful! And with such a busy schedule it’s really hard to […]

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Supervised Driving Practice: Don’t Just Be a Passenger, Be an Educator

Are you a parent who panics at the mention of “supervised driving practice”? Here’s a suggestion: Look at it as a great opportunity.

Are you a parent who panics at the mention of “supervised driving practice”? Here’s a suggestion: Look at it as a great opportunity. The driver’s education stage is the best time you’ll have to influence and shape your teen’s lifelong driving behavior. In 2013, teens 15-19 represented only 7% of the U.S. population. However, they […]

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Parents, Give Your Teen the Gift of Knowledge This National Teen Driver Safety Week

Talking. It’s the most important think you can do to help your teen be a safe driver.

Parents, what’s on your to-do list for this week? We have a recommendation for your first task: Talk to your teen about their driving behavior on the road. Why? Drivers under the age of 20 have the highest proportion of distraction-related fatal crashes. And because of this dangerous trend, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National […]

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Mentor: A parent’s helping hand during supervised driving practice

How can you continue improving your driving skills beyond the driving test beyond trial and error? Our answer: Mentor for Families.

So, your teen is ready for supervised driving practice. That’s excellent! But, where do you, as the parent, begin? The process can seem a little daunting. But, with a helping hand, you can use the supervised practice period to shape your teen into a safe, confident driver who is ready for anything on the road. […]

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Mentor for Families app provides ongoing improvement for new teen drivers

How can you continue improving your driving skills beyond the driving test beyond trial and error? Our answer: Mentor for Families.

Congratulations on passing your driving test! Obtaining a driver’s license provides a lot of freedom and flexibility to do more of what you want to do. But that freedom comes with a lot of responsibility because being on the road puts other people’s safety, and sometimes their lives, in your hands. How can you continue […]

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Driving guidance for your teen when you can’t be there

Mentor for Families by eDriving, is a new mobile app that allows you to stay involved with your teen’s driving when you can’t be there in person.

Your teen passed their driving test, congratulations! But, wait a minute. While your teen might have mastered parallel parking, have they also developed good judgement? Are they making good choices? Can you feel comfortable letting them drive other family members around? Every parent wants to ensure that their teen is safe behind the wheel, but […]

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Earn your driving privileges faster with Mentor for Families

Download Mentor for Families today to track, measure, progress, and get on the road (safely!) as soon as possible.

It’s a classic Catch 22 that all new drivers face: In order to gain more driving privileges, you need to prove you are responsible; but you can only prove you’re responsible by being able to drive. How can younger drivers convince their parents that they’re staying safe behind the wheel? The new Mentor for Families […]

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Teen talk: 5 Stars for Mentor, eDriving’s new app!

Mentor for Families by eDriving

DriversEd.com teen blogger Jett Roberts, 16, is a student at Bishop O’ Dowd High School in Oakland, California. Jett is working toward obtaining his drivers license and currently drives under adult supervision with a California permit. eDriving, the parent company of DriversEd.com, has released a new app, Mentor for Families by eDriving, which tracks your […]

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Teen talk: Squeezing driver’s ed into a busy schedule

DriversEd.com Contributing Writer Alexis David has kept an ongoing diary for us as she takes our California online drivers ed course.

DriversEd.com Contributing Writer Alexis David has kept an ongoing diary for us as she takes our California online drivers ed course. Here’s her sixth entry. The end of summer arrives faster than any kid would hope. School begins, and that means so much more activity, schoolwork, and staying up late to finish homework. How do […]

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