Teen Driver Tips from Virginia DMV.
Tomorrow is the end of National Teen Driver Safety Week in America. If you have a teenager, one of the scariest moments in your life is when your teen starts to drive. Car accidents kill many teenagers.
In Virginia there are some laws to help keep teen drivers a little bit safer.
Teen drivers are under curfew and are not supposed to be on the road between midnight and 4am.
Also teenagers are not allowed to use their cell phone when driving unless the driver has an emergency.
There is also a limit to how many passengers under 18 a teen driver can have in the car. Statistics show that teens are much more likely to crash when the number of passengers in the car go up.
I wrote a great book that every parent should have in their library in case an accident happens. It is called Accident Injury Book: Hidden Inside Secrets Big Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Your Injury Claim and is FREE for Virginia residents. Usually I only offer this book to injured people in America, but for the next week I will offer this special book for any parent with a teen driver in the house.
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