7/1/11

 
Our first feature is a very important one, as the warmer weather is here more young drivers are on the road. One of the biggest milestones in every teen's journey is learning how to drive and as parents it is our job to make sure they get proper education to drive safely. There are too many tragic accidents that occur from careless driving that can be prevented by educating our teens and ourselves about driving safety, this is where Young Drivers of Canada comes in!

For over 40 years, Young Drivers of Canada has been teaching Canadians how to drive and survive. YD offers the most comprehensive driver training courses in the country, including exclusive YD-branded in-car emergency maneuvers training. The website is full of important and useful information for any adult and teen who is interested in taking the first steps toward learning how to drive or even brushing up on driving skills.

Young Drivers offers a state-of-the-art, well designed, and effective driver training program that provides graduates with the needed skills to drive collision-free. There is also a Co-Driver program for parents of new drivers enrolled in the program. Parents can discover how graduated licenses work, learn tips on how to avoid passing on poor driving habits, learn the CollisionFree approach, and understand what their new driver is learning at YD.

Young Drivers also offers a free Learner's Practce Test online. This is fantastic prep for anyone who is going for their Learner's Permit or wants to refresh their knowledge of the rules of the road. Find it online here.

Having a young driver on the road is hard enough on worried parents, get the peace of mind you need knowing that your young driver is properly educated before getting behind the wheel for the first time. Check out this great blog post about knowing the signs you and your child are ready to taking that next big step before you visit Young Drivers of Canada.

Posted on behalf of Young Drivers of Canada. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of the author.

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