If your car will not start, chances are you have a discharged or weak battery. One way around this is to jumpstart your vehicle.
Even for the most careful of drivers, there is no telling what can happen while on the road. Some things you simply have no control over, such as the actions of other drivers, as well as poor weather and road conditions.
As such, honing your defensive driving skills can go a long way in avoiding the dangers that may arise from people’s bad driving behaviors or unpleasant driving circumstances.
While parents want their kids to grow into productive and independent members of society, teen drivers getting their driver’s license is often a cause for worry. Teen driving statistics are nothing to smile about, and the numbers consistently peg teenage drivers as the most dangerous of the different driver age groups.
With students now back to school, parents contend with the possibility of teen drivers picking up their friends - another reason for concern, as studies have shown that the more people in the car, the more likely 16- to 17-year-old drivers to become involved in fatal crashes.