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Inattentive Driving - Are you a distracted driver?
December 22, 2010 · 1 Comment

We’ve all been guilty of inattentive driving at some point in our lives.  Whether you are distracted by the playful banter of your friends in the back seat, or your toddler’s vociferous demands for that must have toy or treat, as driver’s we should always be mindful of focusing our attention to the task at hand – driving safely.

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Driving Tip: Tailgating - Are you following the driver in front of you too closely?
December 15, 2010 · No Comments

Whether it’s during rush hour traffic or a weekend excursion destination that you are all too eager to get to, at some point you’ll find yourself behind a slower driver.  Have you ever wondered what the safe driving distance between your car and the car in front of you should be?  Here are some driving tips to help you keep a safe driving distance from the car in front of you:

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Maryland Graduated Driver Licensing System – Part IV: Driving Tips for Teens
December 10, 2010 · No Comments

Are you a new teen driver who is learning to drive or has recently completed a driving instruction class? As a new teen driver, learning to drive can be both exciting and scary.  For many of you, this is often the first time you have been entrusted with a real world responsibility whose mismanagement or abuse can have very real adult consequences.  With this in mind, we have compiled some useful driving tips for teens and hope you will incorporate them into your driving routine.

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Maryland Graduated Driver Licensing System – Part III: Driving Tips for Parents
December 08, 2010 · 2 Comments

Today's driving school blog entry on the Maryland Graduated Driver Licensing System will focus on useful driving tips for Parents. As a parent, the responsibility for your child as he/she begins the process of becoming a licensed driver can be a cause of great concern and anxiety. To maximize the preparedness of your teen as he/she embarks on their journey of becoming a responsible driver, we have provided the following driving tips that you, as a parent can share with your teen drivers. Please keep in mind that any graduated driver licensing program (GDL) only works with the proactive enforcement by parents.

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