- Tuesday, 14 September 2010 08:00
If you are a driver under the age of 18
, you need to know that is is very easy for you to lose your driving privilege. Here are 5 ways:
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- Friday, 10 September 2010 13:52
Just wanted to say thank you again for everything you have done for JA on this case. What you worked out for him is unbelievable, considering he admitted to the possession charge. I woke up this morning relieved knowing that this issue has come to some resolve.
Now JA can move on with his life. Things for him are looking brighter. He was accepted at Kennesaw State University for spring 2011 semester and will be transferring from Perimeter. He will be completing his education there and graduate next year with a business degree.
Thank you again for all you have done.
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- Friday, 23 July 2010 13:49
Once your teenager drives away
, there is nothing you can do to prevent that teen from doing something stupid with their car; you can, however, train the teen to be a safer driver by:
1. Provide practice driving under a wide range of conditions. Don’t just practice driving on sunny afternoons. Go out at night, when it’s raining–in a variety of conditions. Otherwise, the first time your new driver encounters these conditions, it will be when you aren’t with them.
2. Emphasize, again and again the use of a seat belt for everyone riding in and/or driving the car.
3. Restrict passengers; go beyond state law’s restrictions.
4. Substance abuse and driving: Don’t tolerate under any circumstances.
5. Restrict use of in car electronics such as radio/CD player, navigation devices, etc.