1. Enforce the graduated driver's licensing (GDL) rules. These restrictions gradually provide newly licensed drivers with more privileges as they get more experience. GDL rules vary by state.
2. Discuss the dangers. Have open conversations with your teen about the risks of driving to ensure they understand how serious the consequences of unsafe behaviors can be.
3. Set an example. When it comes to driving, your teen will follow your lead. Make sure you set a good example be following the rules of the road whenever you get behind the wheel.
4. Secure proper insurance. It's vital to protect your teen driver as they hit the road by updating your auto insurance policy. For coverage guidance, contact us today!
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