There is likely no other day in the life of a young person that holds more significance than the day they are eligible to get their driver’s license. For many states, that age is 16 years old. For some other states, the age is 17. Whatever the age might be, when a teenager turns the appropriate age, nothing else seems to matter but that driver’s license.
Parents, on the other hand, often have a much more reserved set of feelings when this milestone moment presents itself to their children. Most parents are armed with the stats that make them more than a little bit worried about their kid hitting the road. They know that their kids are 10 times more likely to get into some kind of an accident during their first year on the road and that one out of every five eleventh graders is involved in a crash Continue reading