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Risky driving behaviors: Teens may engage in risky driving behaviors, such as speeding, running red and yellow lights, running stop signs, tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic, and misjudging the capability of their vehicles.Distractions: An inexperienced driver is challenged by driving distractions.Note: What you teach your teen should agree with what is taught by the driving instructor.If your teen states that your instructions are different from the instructor's, contact the instructor to be sure you are correct.Your teen must "hold" his/her permit longer (six months) than other drivers and practice the driving skills listed in this guide before he/she can come to the DMV for the driving test. If your teen fails his or her driving test, he/she must wait two weeks before taking another test.Information regarding the law and driving tests are found in the Driving is potentially dangerous for everyone, but more so for young drivers.
Exceptions: Driving inexperience: It takes a lot of practice to be able to safely maneuver in everyday situations.(The hours required for driver education and driver training classes are defined inthe §§5182.) Internet, correspondence, or other distance based driver education training must be the equivalent of an approved classroom instruction.Note: If you use the services of a professional driving school, ask to see the instructor's identification card and confirm that the school is licensed by DMV.Teens show the most improvement within the first year and 1,000 miles of driving. Whenever you have a practice driving session, be in the "practicing mood," which means you are ready, well rested, and have sufficient time.They continue to improve through their first 5,000 miles of driving. Talk to your teen about avoiding the following high-risk driving situations: The graphics below illustrate what can happen in a collision: Note: Lap-only belts increase the chance of spinal column and abdominal injuries-especially in children.