The National Safety Council has partnered with Midas on the Alive at 25 Parent Program, an online course for parents with new teen drivers. This interactive program typically costs $25, but is being provided by Midas free of charge (while supplies last). They are hoping to get parents involved in training their teens to become safe, responsible and defensive drivers. Driving crashes account for up to 44 percent of all teen deaths and are the leading cause of teenage deaths in the United States, according to recent studies by the National Safety Council.
If you’re interested, visit www.midas.com/aliveat25 to receive the free safety program and find additional resources. It’s never too early, or too late, to start building good driving habits!