If you have a son or a daughter that is about to turn 17, you’re probably dreading the day they ask you to take them out on the road for some private driving lessons in between lessons with their instructor.
If you’re like many parents, then you’ve probably been driving for years and have picked up a few bad habits along the way. But thanks to Aviva, you can now download a guide to teaching your child to drive.
- How to pick the best car for your son or daughter
- Getting the most out of insurance
- Setting an example
- Preparing for the road
- Mirrors, signal, manoeuvres
- Listen to the experts
- The parent/young driver agreement