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Defensive Driving Lessons for Teenagers
- Retired Defensive Driving Expert Reveals Lifesaving Tactics You Need to Drive Safely: Stress-Free, Safe Driving ... For Young Drivers & Their Worried Parents
- Narrated by: Gary Tredwell
- Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Categories: Relationships, Parenting & Personal Development, Personal Development
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Eager to drive your buddies on your very first road trip? Not so fast....
So you’ve finally gotten your driver’s license. Congratulations on reaching a milestone towards becoming a full-fledged adult!
At last, being able to drive without adult supervision is an exciting freedom many teens look forward to. However, it’s also a huge responsibility.
You hold the safety of your passengers and of other drivers in your hands every time you go out on the road.
And the road is not a safe place to be.
It is estimated that there is an average of six million car accidents in the US every year, with three million people injured in these accidents, of which two million experience permanent injuries, and 38,000 die.
And because most teens are inexperienced drivers, the statistics on teens and road safety are even worse. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death among teenagers in the US, and most fatal accidents occur within six months of a teen getting their license.
This is why before you hit the road, it is essential that you are properly prepared and equipped to drive with the goal of preventing and avoiding accidents.
In order to do so, you need a guide that teaches you defensive driving techniques, covering all sorts of situations a driver might face while driving.
In Defensive Driving Lessons for Teenagers, you will discover:
- The first and most important step in defensive driving that doesn’t involve any driving at all
- A handy refresher of the traffic rules and signs that should become second nature to you as a driver
- The dangerous driving behavior that can result in criminal prosecution and possible jail time
- The signs of drunk driving to watch out for, as well as how to protect yourself and your passengers from possible accidents
- Why going against your instinct in the event of a tire blow-out will keep you from mishaps on the road
- The unexpected safety feature in your car (that’s not a seatbelt) that can protect your neck in cases of collisions, and why it’s important to properly position it
- Five common emergency scenarios that drivers usually encounter, and how you should respond as a good defensive driver
- And much more.
Having a driver’s license is not a license to do whatever you want on the road.
Even if you’ve passed your driving test, that doesn’t mean you’ve mastered the art of driving or that you’re protected from accidents and injuries.
Your first priority when driving should be to get you and your passengers to your destination without harm.
Don’t make your parents worry any more than they already do. Relieve their fears by learning the techniques of defensive driving before grabbing those car keys.
If you want to make the road safer for everyone by learning to be a defensive driver, then scroll up and click the “buy” button right now.