As parents and driving instructors often say: driving isn’t a right, it’s a privilege. However, driving isn’t a privilege simply because you have to learn how to do it and earn your license — getting behind the wheel is also a huge responsibility.
Some parents are going as far as monitoring their teens’ driving skills by placing bumper stickers on their cars with a phone number for other drivers on the road to call if their children are driving poorly.
Remember those “How’s My Driving?” bumper stickers you’ve seen on big trucks on the highway? These stickers are just like that, but for teens.
What do you think about this tactic to improve teen driving?