Your first born child has just blown out the sixteen candles on their birthday cake, kissed you good-bye, and hopped behind the wheel of their car for their first time out on the road without parental supervision.  But even though they have been trained and gotten their license, your kids will still learn from you the best ways to drive and avoid getting into an auto accident.

As car accident lawyers, we believe that teenage car drivers tend to be the ones on the road who cause the most automobile accidents.  These car crashes can happen even when you have the best car insurance policy covering your teen driver simply because they do not have as much experience behind the wheel.

In the worst cases, teenage auto accidents can turn into fatal automobile accidents.  So as a parent, you are probably asking yourself what you can do to ensure that your teenage driver will be safe on the road.  In reality, the choices you, as a parent, make in a car and how you avoid auto accidents will have a big impact.

Here are some tips for showing by example how to be a safe driver:

  • Wear your seat belt at all times
  • Come to a complete stop at stop signs
  • Observe all posted speed limits
  • Use your signal to change lanes
  • Avoid distractions known to cause car accidents (i.e. cell phones)
  • Treating other drivers courteously

As car accident lawyers, we believe that parental guidance can be the first step to reducing the number of teenage car accident statistics.  If teen drivers see how smart and safe their parents are, then they can use those same tips to help steer clear of automobile accidents.

Please contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION with an experienced car accident lawyer—in either English or Spanish—at (800) 655-6585 or click here to submit your case for a Free Review.

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