Parent's Supervised Driving Guide

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Parent's Supervised Driving GuideThe Parent's Supervised Driving Guide provides a practical and detailed instruction plan to help parents and their teen drivers get the most out of the supervised driving requirement under Michigan's Graduated Driving Licensing law. The material is designed for behind-the-wheel supervision so it is clear, concise and easily put into practice. 
 
The guide begins with basic skills such as moving, stopping and steering and progresses to more advanced skills such as anticipating the actions of other drivers and avoiding crashes. It provides parents with the tools and information they need to effectively coach their teen driver through the complex task of learning to drive safely.

 
This guide was created to address a need to improve roadway safety and teen driving behaviors nationwide. The underwriting by State Farm® and Toyota® covers 100 percent of the program's cost and allows them to share in the mission to improve teen drivers' safety.

Road Ready mobile app

RoadReady® is the companion mobile app of The Parent's Supervised Driving Program and is available to download for free on the App StoreSM and Google Play™.  Parents and teens can use RoadReady to log the state required supervised driving time with the click of a button. The app will track your time, share safe driving practices, log driving conditions - including roadway type and weather, provide a downloadable driving log, and more!

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