Sixteen Is Too Young To Drive is an essential resource for parents who dread the prospect of a young driver in the family, and want to protect the inexperienced teen from the inordinate behind-the-wheel risks.
This book provides a plan of action, from pre-learner's permit to post road test, for teaching teens to drive. Included is a 12-item questionnaire to help parents determine whether their teen is mature enough to drive. The book also covers newly revised graduated licensing laws, limitations of driver education, provides resources for supplemental practice, and offers advice on coping with peer pressure, drinking and driving, and other behavior problems affecting the teen driver.
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Donna R Crossman has master's degree in education and is a former high school/middle school English teacher. For eight years, she and her husband, Richard, managed a defensive driving agency for the National Safety Council and taught their program to hundreds of drivers in the Albany, NY area.
Richard M Crossman has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and is an industrial hygienist for Lockheed Martin Corporation. For 26 years, he served as a firefighter and in the emergency services, and is currently certified as an Occupational Health and Safety Technologist. And as he has done so for the past 17 years, he continues to teach the National Safety Council's defensive driving course.
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