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Teaching your teen to drive? Welcome to our site.

Your first question should be; At what point do I add by teen to my Automobile Insurance Policy? A call to your Car Insurance Agent is a must.

Another important safety tip is to always have proper insurance. There are many options such as this auto insurance Milton company which can provide you with comprehensive vehicle insurance.

Most insurers will require your teen to be added to your policy as soon as he or she gets the learner's permit. However, because a licensed driver is required to be in the car with a learner, some insurers will charge a nominal fee or none at all becaue they don't consider a learner to be a significant risk. Other insurers, however, will up your rates significantly as soon as your teen gets the permit. Check with your automobile Insurance Policy, or agent. All insurance companies will require your teen to be insured once the driver is licensed.

Don't forget to ask about discounts for Grades, Drivers Ed etc.
 
Step 1

Drivers Education is something that will stay with your teen a life time.

We all can remember our first kiss, not many of us remember the second. What your teen learns first will be retained. Over the years you may have developed questionable habits, that if you are not carefull you may pass along to your teen.

As a parent you can help your teen by reviewing current driving laws. identifying your own bad habits and using the opportunity to re-learn the basics of driving. A refresher can't hurt. Take this sample quiz to see if you've forgotten anything.

The Driving Rules Network 
Parents Practice Test

Attention Parents! As you teen apporaches driving age, a call to your insurance agent is a must.

If you are going to teach your teen to drive, refresh your knowledge and review what they must know.

Things have changed since you were 16.
 
  Take the test below and find more at the

Online Study Guide for Student Drivers
 

 1.Which of the following is true. Read carefully..

A RED LIGHT means
Come to a complete stop at the marked stop line or before moving into the crosswalk or intersection. After stopping, you may turn right on red at most intersections if the way is clear. Some intersections display a "NO TURN ON RED" sign, which you must obey. Left turns on red from a one-way street into a one-way street are also allowed
Come to a complete stop near the marked stop line or before moving into the crosswalk or intersection. After stopping, you may turn right on red at most intersections if the way is clear. Some intersections display a "NO TURN ON RED" sign, which you must obey. Left turns on red from a one-way street into a one-way street are also allowed
Come to a complete stop at the marked stop line or before moving into the crosswalk or intersection. After stopping, you may turn right on red at most intersections if the way is clear. Some intersections display a "NO TURN ON RED" sign, which you must obey. Left turns on red from a one-way street into a one-way street are not allowed
 
 
 

 2. A Yellow Light means
Stop
Slow down if you can. The light will soon be red
Stop if you can. The light will soon be red.
 
 
 3. When you come to a corner where there are no traffic lights or stop signs, you should:
Slow down, so you can stop, if necessary
Always stop, then proceeded when safe
Continue at the same speed and watch for traffic
 
 
 

 4. Orange colored signs and flags mean that you must be alert for:
Changed road conditions
Speed Zones
High occupancy lanes
 
 
 

 5. The shape of a road sign can tell you as much about the sign's message as its color. :
True
False
Both true and false.
 
 
 

 

 6.The shape used : Exclusively for stop signs is.

OCTAGON
HORIZONTAL RECTANGLE
TRIANGLE OR PENNANT
 
 
 

 7.The shape used : Exclusively for yield signs is.

Horizontal Rectangle
Pennant.
Triangle
 
 
 

 8. The shape used for: Advance warning of no passing zones.
Triangle
Horizontal Rectangle
Pennant
 
 
 

 9. VERTICAL RECTANGLE: Generally for regulatory signs.

A regulatory sign regulates:
Advertising on the highwayollowing closely behind you
The number of vehicles on the road .
Speed, turning, parking, lane usage, etc.
 
 
 

10. When you see this sign you should:
Be prepared for people and slow moving equipment on the road
Expect traffic to merge into your lane
Slow down and expect the road to be closed
 
 
 

 


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