We all want the best for our kids and also believe that they are special and unique which they are, as we all are.

But having a new driver copy what you have done for a decade or more ignores several very important and essential skills you may be overlooking.

  1. Tailgating
  2. Speeding
  3. Rolling Stops

Do you do any of these three?

The first 15 years of a young driver’s life are spent watching their role model perform these top three things.

How does driver education impact this fifteen-year effect? Or is there any impact?

The better question is ” What is needed to give a new driver the best chance of being a far safer driver than you? “

” What is needed to give a new driver the best chance of being a far safer driver than their role models? “

MALES MAKE UP LESS THAN 30% OF MY CLIENTS. WHERE ARE THEY LEARNING TO DRIVE?

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