The first time a parent lets their teenager take the car on their own, they may be smiling on the outside, but inside they are having a panic attack. Will they drive safe? Will they break any speed limits, run a red light, or drive the wrong way down a one-way street? Will they go where they say they are going, and avoid dangerous neighborhoods?
Until their teen pulls back into the driveway, parents are at a state of unrest. Not that they don’t trust the teen. It’s just a natural reaction when they have no clue what may be happening out on the road. It’s a problem we all face: Fear of the Unknown... Read more