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The driving risks associated with a cell phone is only surpassed by the dangers of texting on a cell phone. It is for this very reason that parents should make sure to be true role models and never handle a cell phone while operating a car. Making it your business to set down firm guidelines will help your young driver avoid the crash course that unfortunately oftentimes leads to tragic irrevocable aftermaths.

1. Tell your youngster to set his or her phone on silent when driving. If the phone does not ring, hum, or vibrate, your teen will not be pulled to answer it when the sole attention should be directed to the road.

2. Instruct your youngster to let his friends and acquaintances in on his driving schedule. Everyone should be aware that there is to be no phone interruptions while he is in the car.

3. If the situation indeed calls for speaking on the cell phone, boundaries need to be enforced. Cell phone usage should be reserved only when your teen driver pulls off to a safe spot on the side of the road and stops.

Besides all that the driving books teach, effective home schooling on proper driving procedures will help your teen advance skills to the point where driver, other drivers, and passengers, as well as pedestrians are safe on the roads – and you are at peace with him or her behind the wheel.