Should Parents be Encouraged to Sit in on their Children’s Driving Lessons?

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Should Parents be Encouraged to Sit in on their Children’s Driving Lessons?

Young drivers might be less likely to crash after passing their test if their parents sit in on driving lessons.

This is one conclusion that can be drawn from the Staffordshire Young Driver Coaching Programme (YDCP), which found that parents’ involvement in driving lessons also helped to cut out the age-old quarrels between learner drivers and the mums and dads who offer private practice. To learn more please click on the link below.

http://www.rospa.com/news/releases/detail/default.aspx?id=840

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