We hope we’ve provided just about everything you need to embark on this journey with your teen. But if you’re looking for additional resources on teen driving, you might try some of the following pages:
Driving education resources for teens
Our own driving advice and education area includes handouts and printables which teach teens about various driving safety issues. These come in an easily printable PDF format that you can print and give to your teen.
Teen Driving Education from on the Web
Startsmart by AAA – Offers safety guides for parents and teens, sample driving test questions, webisode videos and newsletters. (aaastartsmart.biz/startsmart)
Driving skills for life – A site by Ford that teaches safety skills to newly licensed teens, as well as a coaching guide and other tools for parents and educators. (drivingskillsforlife.com)
Playstreetwise20.com – A simulated driving game offered by Chrysler Corporation.
Teendriving.com – Offers defensive driving tips for teens, along with useful statistics and information.
Teens Drive Smart (Bridgestone) – Blogs on safe driving, tips about how to approach friends about dangerous driving behavior, and videos dealing with unexpected issues on the road.
Toyota Teen Driver – Teens can test themselves with an interactive road distraction challenge, put their driving IQ to the test, create an automotive budget or learn how to deal with peer pressure. (toyotateendriver.com)
AAA Teen Driver Exchange – Downloadable materials for parents that help kids become more adept behind the wheel. (aaaexchange.com)
Allstate teen driver – Interactive games, parent-teen driving agreements, and chances to earn gift cards or special prizes. Also has a community for teens, by teens, at keepthedrive.com. (allstateteendriver.com)
Better teen driving – Tips on how to be a good passenger when friends are behind the wheel, stats on drinking and driving, and other info offered by State Farm Insurance.(betterteendriving.com)
Wrecked road book – A video diary of young people sharing scary driving stories. (farmers.com/wrecked roadbook.html)
Actoutloud.org – This is a peer education project sponsored by the National organizations for Youth Safety. It invites high school teams and others to compete for safe driving prizes.
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