Thursday, June 26, 2014

DC DMV Announces New Safe Driving Campaign

The District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles (DC DMV) announced the launch of The Parent's Supervised Driving Program, an innovative new program sponsored by Ford Motor Company and State Farm that is designed to prevent one of the major causes of death and injury for teens on the road.

This program is funded by the sponsorship of State Farm and Ford Motor Company and provides parents and guardians with an easy to follow plan to help their teenagers become safe and responsible drivers. The free tool optimizes the 50 hours of parental supervised driving required for the approximately 5,000 District of Columbia teens seeking learner's permits each year. The guide contains information and lessons on licensing qualifications, driving basic, parental pointers, and more!

Check out the full article by Vanessa E. Newton here.

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