|Free Teen Membership
This membership is designed for teens with a learner’s license. It provides peace of mind for parents and security for teens. Benefits include discounted online driver training courses plus the same great benefits and discounts as all other AAA Members. Already a member? Add your teen for free. Not a member? Join today and add your teen for free. AAA will be there when you can’t be, day or night.
|Joshua's Law 30-Hour Driving Course
Georgia's law requires each teen seeking a first time license to take a Joshua's Law 30 hour driving course in conjunction with 6 hours of behind the wheel training. Our 30 hour online driving course is approved by the Georgia Division of Driver Service and satisifies the 30 hour classroom requirement.
|Choosing a Driving School
Stay informed with this printable guide for parents of new teen drivers.
Newsletters and webisodes help you and your teen identify and work through a wide range of driving risks and challenges.
|Dare to Prepare
AAA’s online Dare to Prepare workshop focuses on understanding why teens crash, how your state’s graduated driver licensing system works, why you should complete a parent-teen driving agreement, what to look for when choosing a vehicle for your teen and more!
|Becoming the New Driver in Your Family
This brochure provides tips and outlines responsibilities for being a safe driver.
|Teaching Your Teens to Drive
With a colorfully illustrated handbook, detailed teacher guide, live-action video and interactive CD-ROM, this resource can be used as a stand-alone program or as part of a high school or commercial driver education course. Parents and teens are encouraged to watch each of the 13 lessons contained in the 50-minute program together – before taking to the road.
This interactive driving simulation challenges teens to use their eyes and brains to recognize driving hazards before they get behind the wheel. It’s much better for teens to learn now on the computer than when they’re on the road by themselves.
|Parent-Teen Driving Agreement
AAA suggests signing an agreement to help set realistic expectations and establish boundaries for teen drivers.
|AAA Teen Driver Safety Research
Learn more about current AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety teen driver research.