Concerned parents ALWAYS worry about their teen drivers whenever they pull out of the driveway. However, the level of anxiety tends to heighten during potentially dangerous times, like the busy holiday travel season.
Generally speaking, teens get their driver’s license somewhere between the age of 16-18. So, wouldn’t it be cool to give them a gift that commemorates …
Before loading up the car and heading out, the experts Drive Smart Georgia recommend the following eight road tips for safe Thanksgiving travel.
To kick off National Teen Driver Safety Week, Drive Smart Georgia joined forces with AAA, MADD and SADD to host a Teen Driver Safety Event in Johns Creek.
That’s why Drive Smart Georgia, AAA, MADD, and SADD have partnered once again to present the scary facts and solutions to teen drivers and their worried parents.
All proceeds benefit MADD, the country’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving, drugged driving and underage drinking.