Worried about your teen on the road this winter? Our expert from Chevy shares what your young driver should know.
Cell phones, music, partying passengers. With so much competing for teens' attention, it can be hard for them to stay focused behind the wheel.
Lecturing your teen on driving responsibly won't work unless you set a good example. Put a brake on those bad habits and your kids will follow your lead.
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Driving instructors may teach rules and regulations, but parents impart responsibility. Make sure your kid is ready to hit the road before handing over the keys.
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