Dare to Prepare, an interactive program designed for parents and their teens 14-15 years of age, guides parents and teens through roles and responsibilities including what to look for in a good driving school.
AAA now offers a How to Drive Online supplemental training program. This highly interactive training program delivers rules and essential elements of responsible driving in an interactive and innovative way. Though it does not satisfy any state requirements for obtaining a driver’s license, it does supplement them by helping teens learn the rules of the road with training videos, driving simulations, interactive exercises, and quizzes.REGISTER TODAY
AAA’s How to Drive Online delivers the rules and essential elements of safe driving in an interactive and innovative way. Approved in the state of Indiana for novice driver classroom education, this online program aims to ensure that safe driving habits are developed and maintained for life.
According to Indiana state law, a driver education program consists of thirty (30) hours of classroom or online instruction AND six (6) hours of professional behind-the-wheel training with a state approved driver education provider.
InGear is an online training program designed to improve driving awareness and focus of new drivers between the ages of 15-19. The three InGear computer exercises aim to:
This scientifically based brain fitness program aims to strengthen the cognitive skills essential for improved driving through multiple training sessions, which we hope will reduce the risk of a crash.
Every day, you teach your teen way more about safe driving than you realize. As a parent, you probably hand over the car keys to your teenage son or daughter with mixed emotions: relief, because you won’t have to play chauffeur much longer; pride, because learning to drive marks a rite of passage for your child; and, perhaps most of all, anxiety and fear.
You have good reason for concern. Nationally, traffic crashes rank as the No. 1 cause of death for 16- to 19-year-olds, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Every year, more than 3,000 teens die on the road, and 350,000 wind up in emergency rooms.
AAA research and experience have shown that it’s critical for parents to have candid discussions with their teens and to set specific boundaries about what GDL means for them.
To help parents coach their teens, AAA developed the Parent-Teen Driving Agreement, which covers important things like rules, curfews, and consequences that you and your teen should agree to before he or she ever gets behind the wheel.
Help protect your teen driver by avoiding vehicles that lead to reckless driving. To help you choose the right vehicle, the AAA Automotive Research Center (ARC) has evaluated vehicles based on a set of criteria such as crash test ratings, engine type, vehicle size, and fuel economy to develop a list of the best cars for new teen drivers.
If your teenager has just received a driver's license, it may be hard to imagine handing over the keys to your brand new car. But, that may be the smartest vehicle to choose.
Involved in teen driver safety for 75 years, AAA has a full range of tools to help parents and teens throughout the whole learning-to-drive process. Keys2Drive provides parents an easy way to work with their teens through each step, from choosing a driver education program to deciding when solo driving is permitted. Visit National AAA Teen Driving to learn more.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death among 16 to 19-year-olds. In fact, one of five teen drivers will be in a crash during the first year of driving. AAA is working to improve teen driver safety by raising awareness of the problem.
AAA urges parents of teens to help improve their safety by following AAA’s list of nine things parents can do to keep their teen driver safe.
Manager. Leader. Coach. Partner. You’ll assume all these roles as your teen works through steps to become a safe and responsible adult driver from helping your teen get an instruction permit and finding a quality driver education school, to supervising driving practice and strengthening your young driver’s confidence.