Thread: Tips for New Teen Drivers
A drivers license and/or owning a car is one of the biggest responsibilities your teenagers may have. Here is a list of things they should know how to do before they go out on the road - complete with what should be kept in the car for emergencies.
1 Pump their own gas
2 Check and add oil
3 Check the brake fluid
4 Check location of spare, jack and lug wrench
5 Change a tire
6 Add windshield washer fluid
7 Check the car's coolant
8 Learn how to jump start the car
9 Learn how to take off and put on windshield wipers
10 Practice left hand turns
11 Practice three point turns
12 Prepare an emergency car care kit:
Before your teenager actually uses their kit in an emergency situation, have them take some time to familiarize themselves with the items they've collected and how to use them properly.
If a teen(who doesn't have a permit) is driving with his parent in a parking area, can cops ask questions?
Yes, cops can definitely ask questions. This is because parking area is a public place.