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Time4Learning Demos

Learning Driving

Drivers education lessons and tips from top car driving websites.

Learn Safe Driving

Agreeing to Drive Safely

Parent-Teen Driving Agreement
The Parent-Teen Driving Agreement is a contractual arrangement between parents and teens that states the rules and regulations for driving and the consequences for contractual violations.

Concerns

Cellphones and Driving
The results of a number of studies on the use of cell phones for talking or texting while driving. Some will surprise you! Some conflict with others.

How to Spot a Drunk Driver
And how to report one and what NOT to do when you encounter one.

Map Reading
Now is a good time to review your map reading skills. Create road maps and driving directions in your area and learn how to follow them.

What to do if you are pulled over
You see red and blue lights flashing in your rear-view mirror. You’re being pulled over by the cops. What should you do?

What to do if you’re in an accident
You’ve been in a minor fender-bender. Other than chanting, “My mom’s going to kill me” over and over, what should you do?

What to do if you’ve got a flat tire
Your tires are sure to meet and make friends with a road hazard during your driving career. So you’ve just discovered your car’s had a blowout with the road and now you’ve got a flat tire that needs changing. If help isn’t readily available, what should you do?

Winter Driving Emergency Survival Tips
now can be enormous fun to play in but can create special hazards when we must drive in it. With a little forethought and preparation, we can brave the winter snow with confidence. By Annette Hall.

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