Educating Teens about the Responsibilites of Driving

Tips for parents

  • Lead by Example

    While teenagers may seem like they don’t listen to you anymore, they pay attention to your actions. Make sure that you’re doing what you want the to do when behind the wheel.

  • Stick to Your Rules

    Set realistic goals, expectations, and consequences for your teen driver and stick to them.

  • Agree

    Put together a formal agreement between you and your teen. Studies have shown that teens show less risky driving behaviors when there is a formal agreement in place.

Start an ongoing conversation

Parents, we need to engage with our young drivers to keep them safe. Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death for teens (15 to 18 years old) in the United States. Let work to change this.

Parent-Teen Safety Contract

Ways to Get Involved

Voluneer at the Pinewood Scholarship Series

If you're interested in volunteering at the Rhode Island Grand Prix, please email Justine Mooney

Host a Talk at Your School

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