Concerned about teens driving to school and practice?
The changing seasons bring new opportunities in all aspects of a family’s life. One of the greatest milestones is the day a teen takes the wheel on their own for the first time -driving themselves and others to school, practice , shopping and activities.
Parents are right to be concerned. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 16-19 year old drivers are three times more likely than drivers over 20 to be involved in a serious accident with 6 teens dying each day due to motor vehicle injuries.
Family 1st, the leading teen driver management system unveiled it’s Teen Safe for School initiative to help new teen drivers stay safe this school year. Through this campaign, Family1st assists parents with new or unsure teen drivers to provide extra monitoring and guidance for their teen drivers this school year.
Family 1st helps parents build confident, safe teen drivers through driver monitoring services including live driving reports and instant alerts for speeding, dangerous driving and location arrivals and departures that parents can view about their teen driver from any phone, tablet or computer, 24 hours a day.
In addition, concerned parents can receive instant notification in case their teen driver breaks down and safety reports to review with their teen that identifies areas of improvement for driving skills. Additionally, good scores on safety reports can reduce teen’s insurance premium costs.
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