Young Drivers: The High Risk Years

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"Six Conditions of Driving" (NEW Driver Education VIDEO)

Originally produced in 2010, these driver education videos are an essential guide to learning the proper procedures before getting behind the wheel of a car. Some statistics may be a little dated. Videos were shot on the old Panasonic HVX-200.

Choosing the best vehicle for your teen

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is known for its ratings of new vehicles, but for many families, a brand new TOP SAFETY PICK or TOP SAFETY PICK+ isn't in the budget for a teen's vehicle. With that reality in mind, the Institute regularly publishes a list of affordable used vehicles that meet important safety criteria for teen drivers. The recommendations are guided by four main principles - - Young drivers should stay away from high horsepower. - Bigger, heavier vehicles are safer. - Electronic stability control (ESC) is a must. - Vehicles should have the best safety ratings possible. With that reality in mind, the IIHS regularly publishes a list of affordable used vehicles that meet important safety criteria for teen drivers. There are two tiers of recommended vehicles, best choices and good choices. Prices range from about $2,000 to nearly $20,000, so parents can buy the most safety for their money, whatever their budget. For a list of current reccomended vehicles, please visit - http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/vehicles-for-teens

10 Tips For New Drivers

For any info: My website: www.conduitefacile.com Gmail: conduitefacilevideos@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conduitefacilevideos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConduiteFacile Here's a video with some cool driving tips for new and not so new drivers, and some of the most frequently asked questions during driving lessons. If you have any questions, comments, suggestions for videos etc., don't hesitate leave them in the comments. Note: While I try to make my videos as universal as possible, rules and laws may vary according to the place where you’re driving and might be different from the ones in this video. Always drive according to the laws and rules that apply to the place where you are driving. Requirements at the driving exam may also be different than the ones shown here. Always respect the requirements that apply to the place where you are passing your driving exam. This video is not meant to replace your official driving courses.

"Driving Distractions" (NEW Driver Education VIDEO)

Originally produced in 2010 these state of the art driver education videos are chalked full of information vital for any person to watch before they get behind the wheel of a car. Some statistics may be a little dated. Shot on the old Panasonic HVX-200 camera.

"It's a Fine Line between Living and Dying" (NEW Driver Education VIDEO)

Originally produced in 2010 these state of the art driver education videos are chalked full of information vital for any person to watch before they get behind the wheel of a car. Some statistics may be a little dated. Shot on the old Panasonic HVX-200 camera.

Getting a driver's license is a rite of passage for teenagers, but it also marks the start of their most dangerous years on the road. Teen drivers have much higher crash rates than adults. Fortunately, there are ways parents can help to reduce the risks. This video highlights the stories of three teens whose lives ended too soon and examines common factors such as inexperience, immaturity, and speeding that lead to many crashes involving young, novice drivers.

Teens interviewed speak frankly about their driving habits. They recount crashes and near misses. They describe minding their manners when grown-ups are along for the ride but relaxing the rules when they're with friends.

Institute experts provide insight into the crucial role parents play by enforcing their state's graduated licensing laws, establishing their own rules, and providing plenty of supervised time behind the wheel.

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