“I start driving next year.” For parents, those words can be terrifying on so many levels.  Let’s ignore the “we’re all getting older so fast” part and focus on what this means for you, the parent.

Teaching teenagers to be safe drivers can be fun. And, while not exactly simple, it will absolutely be rewarding. Here are a few basic tips that as parents, and experienced drivers, we can use while training your teen to drive.

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Because so much of Texas is dry so much of the time, it’s easy for people to forget just how dangerous rain can be to the average driver. When the rain starts, we turn on our wipers but too many of us don’t adjust our driving to the conditions, taking foolish chances because we underestimate the danger. So as we move through the spring months, it’s a good time to review driving practices for wet or flooded driving conditions.

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Rear-end collisions caused by following too closely are some of the most common collisions on freeways and also residential streets. They are also some of the most preventable. The US Dept of Transportation describes following too closely as “situations in which one vehicle is following another vehicle so closely that even if the following driver…

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