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John Flanagan: I think the best thing to do is tuck some money aside and give your daughter a month of professional driving lessons, at least twice per week of road experience. An impartial outside party eliminates the emotional and psychological relationship normally between parents and young adults. Parents are often nervous and critical of their young drivers, and this brings tension into the whole experience. Additionally, us older drivers often forgot some of the basic rules of the road, of handling emergencies, some of the warning signs, road sign identification, and correct traffic procedures. With time and road experience with a professional, your daughter will gain confidence and increase her driving skills, and we must remember we were in the same place as they are now.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 9:29 am
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