Distracted Parent, Distracted Teen.

Your Teens Are Watching

“It should be a relief to parents to know that teens are still looking to them for guidance”

“I definitely believe that teenagers mimic the way their parents drive”

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You're Not A Better Driver

"The new data reveals that parents are just as susceptible to distracted driving as teen drivers"

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You're Their Role Model

“Kids begin to learn to drive long before we think they do”

“They go to the driving school of mom and dad for a long, long time. How can we expect them to do anything other than what we’ve taught them?”

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Driving Under the Influence

Drinking and driving is a dangerous, yet common activity in the United States. It causes thousands of deaths each year, results in severe penalties and has life-altering consequences. Those who drink and drive also face numerous court appearances, a criminal...

Teen Drug & Alcohol Abuse

Drugs and alcohol have a greater effect on teens than on adults. The signs of addiction can be difficult to understand, and many adolescents don’t realize the long-term damage drugs have on their bodies because the short-term side effects fade....

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the restrictions of a provisional license and who's required to have one?


Any licensed driver under the age of 18 is subject to provisional restrictions.

For the first 12 months, a driver must be accompanied by a licensed parent or guardian, an instructor or another licensed driver who is at least 25 years old, during the following situations:

  • Carrying passengers who are 20 years old or younger
  • Driving between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.

Additionally, drivers younger than 18 cannot use electronic communication devices while driving — in particular, that means no cell phone to text or talk, even in "hands-free" mode." -source

“It isn’t how you drive that matters, it’s how your teen thinks you drive”