Keep your side view mirrors free from bird poop and bird droppings that can damage the paint on your car, bird pecking, bird attacks, scratches and scuffs!
Your should have all of these items (above) in your trunk for safe winter driving - plus your cell phone and a real spare tire!
Never lend your car to anyone to whom you have given birth. ~ Erma Bombeck
Sure, you don't want your teen driving in bad winter weather. But is that really practical? of course, the first step in preparing your teenager for winter driving is to make sure you winterize your car. That done, here are 6 practical tips for teenagers driving in the snow and ice of winter. One suggestion they'll really like 'cause they'll look cool at the same while doing it.
On of the best ways to prepare your teen for driving in the winter snow and ice of winter is to have them practice in a parking lot after a snowfall. .Driving in winter weather is a challenge for even the most experienced drivers. These 15 suggestions for novice winter drivers are so short, sweet and to the point that your teen might actually read them.
How do teens develop into safe winter drivers? Practice, practice, practice. Hopefully they won't need a firsthand lesson as to what happens when a new teen driver is not cautious while driving in the ice and snow.
Above all else, teen drivers should be like every other motorist driving in the snow and ice of winter driving conditions. Be careful and slow down! And make sure you have a car emergency kit stashed away in your trunk.
Back to: Safety Tips
* Winter Driving Tips For Teens
* Winter Driving Tips For Older Adults
* The Winter Driving School Experience
* 4x4 Winter Driving Tips
* Winter Driving Tips For the Canadian Winter Driver
* Long Distance Travel in Winter
* New Car Winter Technology
No matter how well you plan, stuff can happen when you're driving your car or truck in the winter's cold. Best to have these items in your trunk just in case that emergency crops up.
Spring, summer, and fall fill us with hope; winter alone reminds us of the human condition. ~ Mignon McLaughlin, The Second Neurotic's Notebook, 1966