Liberty Mutual and the NSC offer an online driving course so you'll be ready on test day.
One of the most exciting and stressful steps in the teen driving process is the exercise of learning how to drive a car. New drivers need hours and hours of practice becoming familiar with a vehicle, exploring how much pressure to apply to the gas or brake pedals, and learning how to maneuver the car.
But how do you prepare for the teen driving process? And once you're sitting in the empty parking lot, how does a parent even begin to teach them how to do something that has become second nature after decades of experience?
Here are some teen driving resources to help you get started:
Driving requires a combination of skills and the ability to make the right decision at the right time. It takes years of driving experience for this to become second nature. Here are some pointers if you're a teen driving for the first time.