7/27/2011Parents of teenagers in Marietta, Georgia worry about their teens driving on the road. Although most parents are mainly worried about other people on the road injuring their son or daughter, chances are that a teenager is his or her own worst enemy behind the wheel.
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It is a known fact that teenaged drivers lack the instincts of more experienced drivers; they get distracted behind the wheel easily and are more prone to texting and driving, which increases their chances of being involved in a serious Marietta car accident.
Dangers of Teenage Driving
Parents of teenagers need to model safe driving behaviors, teach their children how to drive safely, and talk to them about the dangers of driving. Georgia state officials are now partnering with parents, as they see a need for focusing on teenage driving safety.
For example, the Sandy Springs Police Department is offering a "Georgia Teens Ride with P.R.I.D.E." (Parents Reducing Injury and Driver Error) class on July 27, 2011 from 6 - 8 PM to help teen drivers aged 14 to 16 learn what they need to know about driving. This course will be a supervised practice driving time that will cover the following:
- Vehicle crashes
- Driver attitudes
- Understanding the driver's license process
- Road rules and laws
Keeping Your Teen Driver as Safe as Possible
By helping your teens learn how to drive safe and defensively, you may be able to help protect them from other drivers on the road. By teaching your children about the dangers of distracted driving and driving under the influence, you can help reduce their risks of being involved in a Marietta car crash.
If your teen has been injured while driving in Georgia, call a Marietta personal injury lawyer today for legal advice. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. Call 1.770.518.1133, and The Dover Law Firm will provide you with a free legal consultation today.
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