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Time to talk with your teen about driving?


With teen drivers, it is very important to have coachable moments early on to instill safe and responsible habits that will carry throughout their driving. The Hanover offers some conversation starters for you and your teen.


"Keep your eyes on the road, hands on the steering wheel."

New, inexperienced drivers are more likely to be in an accident. It is important to focus only on driving. When you are first behind the wheel, even actions like using voice controlled features, adjusting the radio or eating can be a distraction.


"Take your time."

Always stop for the total three seconds at stop signs to avoid being cut off, or cutting off other drivers. Be aware of the speed limit at all times.


"Check in."

Before you take the car out, always let someone know where you are going and when you will be back.


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