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Curfew Restrictions in Virginia for Teens

If you are under age 18, Virginia law prohibits you from driving midnight to 4 A.M. except when driving: to or from a place of business where you are employed; to or from an activity that is supervised by an adult and is sponsored by a school or by a civic, religious, or public organization; […]

Public and political opinion on texting laws

The first distracted driving laws in the United States began being implemented in 2008. In Europe, laws began being implemented even sooner. There has been some resistance to these new distracted driving laws, but most have welcomed them with open arms. And so, there has also been little resistance from politicians to pass such laws. […]

Helping Teens Learn to Drive

Seatbelts are buckled, mirrors are adjusted, and the engine is purring. As your car backs slowly down the driveway you can’t help but look into the side mirror to make sure the tires aren’t on the lawn. You start down the street, white knuckles firmly clamped around the door handle and feet bearing down on […]

Public and political opinion on texting laws

The first distracted driving laws in the United States began being implemented in 2008. In Europe, laws began being implemented even sooner. There has been some resistance to these new distracted driving laws, but most have welcomed them with open arms. And so, there has also been little resistance from politicians to pass such laws. […]

Helping Teens Learn to Drive

Seatbelts are buckled, mirrors are adjusted, and the engine is purring. As your car backs slowly down the driveway you can’t help but look into the side mirror to make sure the tires aren’t on the lawn. You start down the street, white knuckles firmly clamped around the door handle and feet bearing down on […]

Public and political opinion on texting laws

The first distracted driving laws in the United States began being implemented in 2008. In Europe, laws began being implemented even sooner. There has been some resistance to these new distracted driving laws, but most have welcomed them with open arms. And so, there has also been little resistance from politicians to pass such laws. […]

Helping Teens Learn to Drive

Seatbelts are buckled, mirrors are adjusted, and the engine is purring. As your car backs slowly down the driveway you can’t help but look into the side mirror to make sure the tires aren’t on the lawn. You start down the street, white knuckles firmly clamped around the door handle and feet bearing down on […]