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3 Back-to-School Driving Tips

As we head back to school, it is important to remember some back-to-school driving tips so that both your student and other students remain safe.  Here are three commonsense tips to help you drive safely from idrivesafely.com: Tip One: Watch Out for Pedestrians The beginning of a school year means more buses and bicycles on the [€¦]

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Driving Freedom: What I Learned Only After I Got My License

Driving means freedom, but it can take time to get there. Guest blogger Ashley Orelup describes her evolution into an experienced driver.

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Teen talk: Squeezing driver’s ed into a busy schedule

As summer ends and school begins, how do busy teens like us, who are taking driver's ed, fit it all into our schedules?

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Forget backpacks. The most important thing you can give your teen this school year is sleep

Parents, as you plan your teen€™s upcoming school year, are you factoring at least eight hours of sleep into their routines? Sure, you€™re buying school supplies and shopping for healthy lunches, but are you considering how their workloads and schedules will affect their quality of sleep, and thus, their safety behind the wheel? Sleep deprivation [€¦]

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Teen blogger Jett Roberts talks 1-on-1 with a DriversEd.com driving instructor

DriversEd.com teen blogger Jett Roberts, 16, is a student at Bishop O€™ Dowd High School in Oakland, California. Jett is working toward obtaining his drivers license and currently drives under adult supervision with a California permit. As you know, if you€™ve finished the DriversEd.com online training, to qualify for your license you must have clocked [€¦]

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Drivers Ed Diary Entry No. 4: Staying focused through the final chapters

DriversEd.com Contributing Writer Alexis David has kept an ongoing diary as she takes our California online drivers ed course. Here's her fourth entry.

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Know before you go: Who’s in my car?

Dealing with passengers is one of the most frequently reported causes of distraction for drivers.

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3 Things I Learned After Taking eDriving’s One More Second Defensive Driving Course

Contributing teen writer Amy Tarczynski details her driving experience since completing One More Second, eDriving's new defensive driving course.

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In the News: Representatives Seek to Strengthen Driving Education For Ohio Teenagers

Two Ohio state representatives are looking to expand existing requirements in the state€™s young driver licensing system. Ohio State Reps. Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) and Michael Sheehy (D-Toledo) unveiled House Bill 293 to the public June 29. The bill would implement two changes to teen driving laws in Ohio if passed: Require teens to hold temporary [€¦]

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