Let’s face it. Getting a driver’s license is a major milestone in any teenager’s life. Teens can’t wait to cruise around town on their own. For parents, the milestone can induce sleepless nights, minor panic attacks, and feelings of anxiety.
More than 33 million people will hit the roads to celebrate Memorial Day 2015. The mass exodus to sunny locales is sure to clog roads and test drivers’ patience levels. Stay safe on the road with these driving tips from Drive Smart Georgia.
Graduation from high school or college is a time to celebrate, but young drivers will be tempted to celebrate with a few drinks.
The 100 deadliest days of the year for teens begin next month. Here are a few summer safety driving tips for teen drivers and their concerned parents.
Drive Smart Georgia encourages Johns Creek High School students to make smart driving decisions before prom
Prom season 2015 in Atlanta has arrived. Drive Smart Georgia wanted to make it a safe one for Johns Creek High School students.
For teens, National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April comes at a handy time – when proms and graduations can be deadly for new and inexperienced drivers.
Learn tips to “green up” your car and driving techniques from Atlanta’s only eco-friendly driving school, Drive Smart Georgia.
It’s finally time to take the road skills test to get a Georgia driver’s license! So, how will you be graded? What skills must a new driver demonstrate to the examiner in order to pass?
Atlanta doesn’t receive a ton of snow or ice, but when it does, roads can quickly become treacherous. Even if you are a veteran driver from a northern state, following these safety tips from the experts at Drive Smart Georgia can keep you safe on the road and in control of your car.
Three out of four drivers think that hands-free devices to text or call are safe to use. However, even experienced drivers may be surprised to learn that these popular new vehicle features can be dangerous.