A collection of articles to help your teen be a safe driver
Insurance tips for teens
Helpful Car Insurance Tips for College Students
When your child goes away to college/university & leaves their car behind, here are options to lower your insurance premiums while they are away.
How to Find the Best First Car for Your Teen Driver
Beginning drivers are at highest risk of a crash, so help them be safe.
The Real Costs of a Violation (Moving or Not)
Critical driving errors may end up draining your bank account & free time. States vary in how they punish violations and it's helpful to know what's at stake.
Teaching a teen to drive
Teen Driving 101: A Step-by-Step Test of Essential Driving Skills
Before letting your teenager get behind the wheel, go over this driver skills checklist.
Why A Driving Curfew For Minors Helps With Driving Experience
Graduated driving laws and driving curfews all help to give new drivers limits. But there's no substitute for diverse time behind the wheel.
Things Have Changed Since You Learned to Drive
If you have a child taking driver's ed, it's time to learn the latest updates to the subject.
Ways to Help with Teen Driving Safety
Teenage speeding is a major problem, causing fatal car accidents throughout the US. These driving tips can help prevent speeding and help teens drive safer.
Teen Drivers: Buckle Up for Seat Belt Safety
Teen drivers sacrifice important protection when they don't buckle up. Help make seat belt safety a habit with tips from this video.
Additional articles for teen drivers
Texting While Driving Includes Growing Mobile Web Use
Texting while driving is one distraction and the use of mobile web services on the road has increased for drivers overall posing an equal or greater concern.
How To Deal With Parking Lot Accidents
Parking lot accidents are an all-too-common hassle for today's drivers. State Farm® offers some advice for what to do if you're involved in a fender bender.
Teen Driver Safety Tips for Prom and Graduation
Will your kids drive safely on their way to prom? Read more about teen safety, avoiding distractions and reducing accidents.
Teen Passenger Safety
A teen passenger and teens driving with friends face a higher safety risk than teens alone. Read how to increase your teen passenger's safety.
Teen Texting and Driving
Texting and driving can be more dangerous than drunk driving, but teenagers are still learning the message.
Ways to Avoid Drinking And Driving
Drinking and driving can result in serious injury, fatality, damage and legal ramifications. Protect yourself from the dangers of drinking and driving.
What to Do When Pulled Over by Police
Getting pulled over by a police officer can be stressful and scary, especially if you're not sure how to handle the situation. Read these tips to be prepared.
Advice for Teens on Dealing With an Accident
A car accident as a teen can be tricky. Let us walk you through several tips to prepare before an accident happens and what to do after one occurs.
Tips for Driving Safely in the Rain
Driving in the rain doesn't have to be stressful and it's not good to drive as if it were warm and dry. Follow these safety tips to help you when driving in the rain.
Ways To Make Your Traffic Merging Safer
For safer merging, you should never assume other motorists will make room for you. Read these tips from State Farm to help prevent merging collisions.
Intersection Safety and Red Light Cameras
Running a red light is a bad idea, but in some places it can also mean a surprise ticket.
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