For Teenagers

  • Memorize and follow the most important safe driving tips.
  • Get 50 hours of driving practice with an experienced driver sitting in the passenger seat, be sure to practice on a variety of roads and in a variety of weather conditions.
  • Lock your doors and keep your windows up especially when you are making frequent stops.
  • Always park in well lit areas
  • Before you approach your car get your car keys in your hand so you can transition quickly into your car.
  • Don’t pick up hitchhikers, if someone looks like they need help park the car and call 911
  • Keep your cell phone with you in case you need to make an emergency phone call, and keep a phone charger in the car.

For Guardians

  • Parents and teenagers should fill out and sign this driving agreement form, drivers that sign this form take fewer risks behind the wheel than others.
  • Teenagers need to know the eight danger zones of teen crashes: driver inexperience, driving with teen passengers, nighttime driving, not using seat belts, distracted driving, drowsy driving, reckless driving, and impaired driving.