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Teens Cut Corners With GDL Laws, Survey Says

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in General

imageTeens Cut Corners With GDL Laws, Survey Says

Teenagers are ignoring the boundaries of the graduated driving license (GDL) laws while fooling their parents about their law-breaking driving habits, a survey by State Farm reveals.

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  • greenponygreenpony Chicago, ILPosts: 531
    GDL laws are worthless because it's nigh impossible for parents to enforce, short of installing some sort of high tech monitoring system. Children are more observant than most parents seem to know, so a responsible parent will demonstrate safe and courteous driving throughout their kid's childhood. That way, anything learned in the classroom or behind-the-wheel only reinforces what a child has already observed in their parents. This isn't "Yay, you're 16 now, so forget all the driving gaffes you've seen me make." This is "Now that you've seen what good driving is like, it's time for you to prove you're as good."
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