How To Survive A Teen Driver

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  1. Scott Keller says:

    I learned to drive a late ’50s Jeep with a manual trans on a private dirt road when I was 12. I don’t have all that now so I taught both kids to drive automatics, on city streets, when they were of legal age. My son has since learned to drive a manual on his own but my daughter never has. I doubt it’ll really hurt her. I took my son to a teenage accident-avoidance program at Road Atlanta when he was 17 and it was worth the money. Poor scheduling has kept me from doing that for my daughter but it’s still on the to-do list. They both did high school drivers ed too. I’d say the most important thing was the accident avoidance training. Sorry I don’t have photos (except for the Jeep, which you already have a copy of).

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