WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Worrying about your teen goes with the territory, but being the parent of a teen driver - you worry constantly.
In today's Extra Mile report, it's National Teen Driver Safety Week, and Tim Hollister joined me with his book full of guidance for parents.
Author Hollister says some of the most important tips to parents of new teen drivers are:
- Supervision First, Driving Second (Pre-Driving Supervision)
- Preempt Risky Situations (don't put convenience ahead of safety)
- Proactive day by day
- go with your instinct
To purchase the book, and get more ideas for parenting your new teen driver, please go to: http://nsfteendriving.com/