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Parents play a key role in the development of a newly licensed driver.

Research is very clear – parents can be great role models for their teen drivers. Teens tend to emulate what parents or guardians do when behind the wheel, so as a parent, you must be cautious to always set a good example.

Ford Driving Skills for Life encourages both parents and teens to work together using the resources available on this site. For example, go through the Academy training videos together. You will both learn something new! Remember, driving safely and successfully is a lifelong learning process!

A very useful tool for parents is The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program. This guide is an extremely useful tool designed to ensure parents are giving their teens the proper information. Click HERE to access the guide

For these and other resources, click the links below and start helping your teen drive more safely today.

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