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Teen Driving Practice: It’s Not Just for Summer Anymore!

A teen behind the wheel of a carNow that school is out and your family’s schedule is (hopefully) a little less crazy, it’s a great time to take the car out with your teen for some driving practice. After all, the weather is warm, there’s a lot more daylight, and the roads are dry: perfect conditions under which to learn to drive, right? Right…but there’s more to it than that. Your teen needs practice driving on icy pavement in the dark, or on dirt roads at dusk. Which means summer is a great time for driving practice, but it needs to continue all year round.

Check out our blog for tips on preparing your teen to be a safe driver.

Making Your Road Safe, Wherever it Leads

Traffic on a highwaySummer’s here, and the open road is calling. Where does yours lead? A quaint little cabin by the lake? Grandma’s house, to drop off the kids? Down to the Cities to see a concert?

The 100 days from Memorial Day through Labor Day are most people’s best opportunity for a road trip. Unfortunately, they’re also the most dangerous. In fact, they’re referred to as the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota’s roads.

Learn how Minnesota law enforcement are teaming up to keep you safe all summer long.

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Video Description: Tips on how you can help your teen driver be better behind the wheel.