Best Tips To Pass a Driving Test

So you have gotten your driver’s license and you are excited to take the driving test so that you can convince your parents to buy you a car or so that you can buy a car for yourself as the case may be. However, you have heard stories about people who have failed their driving test on multiple occasions. You don’t want to be one of those people. You want to pass the test on your first try, and we want to help you to do just that. This article contains gems that would provide you with … [Read more...]

Handy Driving Tips For Student Drivers

There’s a lot of information out there about how to turn into or out of a skid and get out of a hydro-plaining slide. What student drivers need to know are the little safety tips that they can keep in mind when behind the wheel of a car for the first time. It might seem like a boring thing to read through, but you will soon commit these easy hints to memory and become a safe, confident driver. Safe driving tips can be a useful thing for anyone to read. If you have ever been involved in a car … [Read more...]

General Information on Instagram and Children

Legal provisions relating to Facebook and Instagram Researching on the internet for legal rules, I found that they are not there. The applications themselves recommend that you use it only when you are 13 years old or older, but an investigation shows: children download it much earlier. What is so fun about Instagram? For parents who didn’t live the first moments of Instagram in 2012 and actually have no idea what the application entails, it basically sums up to: You share photos with … [Read more...]

How You Can Keep Your Kids Off Drugs

The 2017 National Institute on Drug Abuse’s Monitoring the Future study had some scary statistics for parents: One-third of all respondents (8th, 10th and 12th graders) admitted to using drugs in the last 12 months. Nearly two out of 10, or 17% of eighth graders, admitted to having tried an illicit substance at some point (not necessarily in the past year). By 10th grade, almost half, or 49%, had tried an illicit drug at least once. Even scarier is the fact that trying an … [Read more...]

How Peer Pressure Can Play A Role In Your Teen’s Driving

Parenthood is full of joy, but it’s never free from worry when it comes to the safety of our children. If you have a newly licensed teen driver in your household, it can be an exciting time and another step to becoming more independent, but as a parent, it may be hard to hand over the keys and let them drive away on their own. Even if you don’t have a teen driver in your household, you may have a teenaged babysitter who helps you out by picking up your kids from school or other … [Read more...]