Key Points for Safe Driving
Take the Keys, Accept the Consequences
Don’t Pressure Your Parents for a Car
Keep Working With Your Parents
Recent studies show that teens are more successful drivers — with fewer tickets and less dangerous driving — when their parents are involved for at least the first year of the learning-to-drive process. So keep practicing together, follow your parent-teen driving agreement rules and talk to your parents.
It May Take Longer Than You Expect
- Driving Skills Test Study Guide – Learn all about the behind-the-wheel test you’ll need to pass to get on the road.
- Parent-Teen Driving Agreement – Signing a formal agreement with your parent helps in multiple ways.
- Becoming a New Driver – Designed for teens, this brochure outlines tips and responsibilities of being a safe driver.
- AAA StartSmart – A series of newsletters that address the challenges teens face when learning to drive.
- DMV Practice Questions – Take this sample test to determine if you’re ready to take the state driving test.
- Driver-ZED – Offered by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, Driver-ZED is a computer-based program to help you practice driving on your PC.