3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive: Lessons for Surviving the First Year of Driving

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Morgan James Publishing, 2011 - Education - 290 pages

Imagine lying awake in bed, waiting to hear the front door open so you'll know your teen is home safely. But instead, tonight, the doorbell rings.
Your heart stops when you see the police officers in the doorway, and you know instantly that your life will never be the same again. Wouldn't you do ANYTHING to go back and change things?
By then it will be too late. The time to prepare your teen to drive and survive is NOW!
"3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive" provides a simple step-by-step plan to prepare teens to become safe, responsible drivers. Parents can use it to teach their teens to drive or to make sure they cover all the bases in their practice sessions after the teen has taken a professional driver training course.
"3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive" includes: 25 structured driving lessons, great advice from top experts, checklists to follow and other useful tools. There are true stories, quizzes and puzzles to keep your teen interested and reinforce the learning. The companion website (TeensLearntoDrive.com) has additional resources and links to great instructional & informational videos that complement each lesson. The program works with Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) Programs.
"3 Keys to Keeping Your Teen Alive" is straightforward and easy to follow but will take a lot of time, patience and dedication from both of you--parent and teen.
Isn't it worth it?

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About the author (2011)

Anne Marie Hayes is a corporate trainer and former teacher. She's a member of NOYS (National Organizations for Youth Safety) and GHSA (Governors Highway Safety Association).
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from York University, Toronto. A fifth-generation New Yorker, she lives in Toronto, Canada with her teen daughter Emily, her husband, Al and cat, Tiger Woods.
Anne Marie organized this workbook and the accompanying multimedia website to be interesting for teens and easy for parents to follow. Many people provided information including police & collision investigation experts, professional driving instructors, researchers, safety product developers and an army of loving parents and family members who've lost teens in avoidable crashes.

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