Floyd Hunter Releases Free Young Drivers Guide for Parents and Teens
Many teens eagerly look forward to the day when they finally get their license to drive, which is a major milestone and rite of passage in their lives. Driving can be exhilarating, and having a license is a shiny ticket that opens doors to new opportunities, offering teens a taste of freedom and independence that they haven’t experienced before.
However, being behind the wheel is not something to take lightly.
Driving a car comes with a great deal of responsibility. People are often unpredictable, and being out on the open roads can prove to be highly stressful and even dangerous.
Since teens are just learning to drive, and therefore do not have much experience, their risks of being involved in accidents far surpass any other age group. To make matters even more alarming, risks of accidents have skyrocketed in recent years as distracted driving has become commonplace.
Parents Can Play an Important Role in Their Teens’ Driving Education and Success
As a parent, you may be anxious and worried about your child’s safety when they are driving, which is completely normal.
The good news is you can play a vital role in educating your teen or young driver about the dangers on the roads, how to be more responsible and stay safe.
But how do you start? We’re here to help.
We have created an informative and free Young Drivers Guide, to help educate teens and parents alike about driving safety. Our goal is to help parents and teens engage in thoughtful conversations about the realities of driving and learn skills to be the best drivers they can be.
Download your free copy of the Floyd Hunter Young Drivers Guide here.
In this guide, you will learn about:
- The Three Stages of the Alabama Graduated Drivers License Law
- The Main Causes of Accidents & How to Avoid Them
- What to Do if You Are in an Accident
Start the Conversation about the Responsibility and Risks.
No matter where your teen is in his or her journey towards receiving a license, even if they already have one, it’s important for you to be involved in the process.
Having an open dialogue about driving helps teach teens best practices, which in turn, can help them feel more comfortable driving. Also, being able to speak to you about their questions and fears can make the process much smoother, and prove to be a positive experience.
Don’t Be a Statistic. Be Informed.
We hope this guide will serve as a helpful, educational tool that parents and teens can pass along to others, to help save lives.
Your Local Lawyers Are Here to Help.
If you or a loved one are seriously injured in a car accident that was not your fault, call the experienced Montgomery Car Accident Attorneys at Floyd Hunter at 334-452-4000.
When you call, you’ll receive a FREE case evaluation by an experienced Alabama car accident lawyer. There is never an attorney’s fee due upfront and we don’t get paid until you do. It’s that simple.
We will fight to protect your right to the fair insurance settlement that you deserve for your car accident claim. Call Floyd Hunter Injury Law for a Free Legal Consultation at 334-452-4000.
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