Safe Driving Tips
“We Teach Driver Intelligence”
Parents are essential partners in helping teens become intelligent drivers for life. As your partner, Top Driver provides the following safe driving tips. We hope you find these tips valuable not only in coaching your teen but also for your own driving as you are your teen’s biggest driving role model. Please pass this information along to other parents with teen drivers.
- Illinois 50 Hour Log
Use to track hours spent drivers. Illinois requires a minimum of 10 hours be at night.
- Winter Driving
Top Driver’s safe driving tips for driving during the Winter.
- Safe Procedures for a Stuck Accelerator
What to do if your accelerator (gas) pedal gets stuck or you experience brake failure.
- Passengers for Teen Drivers
Many states restrict the number of teen passengers for new drivers – here is a breakdown.
- Night Driving
Safe driving tips for nighttime driving.
- Impaired Driving and the Holidays
Tips to keep safe driving during the holidays.
- Driving in Rain and Fog
Driving tips for during rain and fog conditions.
- Driver Fatigue
Steps to prevent falling asleep at the wheel.
- Distracted Driving
Distracted driving leads to accidents, so follow our tips and pay attention to the road.
- Dangerous Driving Habits
These habits are not safe – don’t allow your teen driver to do any of these.
- Being a Good Role Model
The best way to teach your teen driver to be safe is to give them a good example to follow.