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DEVELOPING GOOD DRIVING HABITS: A TEEN & PARENT HANDBOOK

Watching your child grow into a responsible adult can be rewarding. It can also be scary, especially when they are getting their first taste of true independence by learning to drive. This handbook is intended for parents and teens to go through together as you discuss and practice good driving habits.

At The Sawaya Law Firm, we know that feeling of having a teenager who is rip-roaring and ready to go, while parents are frantically looking to pump the brakes.
 
However, you should take comfort in the fact that just like in all other areas of their lives, your teens will look to you as a role model for good driving. And having a strong role model makes a huge difference in keeping teen drivers safe.
 
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At The Sawaya Law Firm, we pride ourselves on our long track record or acheiving excellent results for our clients. We are accessible to you around the clock, and we have a nationwide network of attorneys, so we can help, regardless of where you live.

Our goal is to help our clients recover from serious personal injuries. That includes helping them obtain medical care and whatever support they need to recover, in addition to aggressively pursuing full and fair compensation from the responsible parties.

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This guide was published in partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation.

“When your teen is in the driver’s seat, parents are far more than just passengers. The role of parents is to steer their teen driver through the dangerous first years of driving when most crashes occur. It’s important for parents to take an active role … and your teen may someday thank you for it!”

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