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Latest Video: How to tell your parents you were in an accident

If you’re a teen, one of the last things you want to do is tell your parents you were in an accident. In our video, we explore subtle changes in how this conversation can change with simple techniques.

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QUIZ: What should you buy for your first vehicle?

Buying (or choosing) your first vehicle can be overwhelming. Take our quiz to help you figure out what type of car you should get.

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Preparing for your Texas driver’s exam? Take our Practice Quizzes here!

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The aftermath of a collision, with a silver car facing an upside down red car on a freeway.10 crash-prevention tips for teen drivers

Looking to be safer on the road? Read these easy-to-use tips for preventing an accident.

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What-to-do driver’s cards

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How To Parallel Park

Are you new to parallel parking? If you’re a new driver, parallel parking can be daunting. Here are a few tips:

  1. Find a space that fits your car and your skills. Find something a little wider if you’re new to parallel parking. This allows you more room for trial and error.
  2. Utilize a back-up camera if you have one. This can help you get closer to the car behind you without bumping into them.
  3. Turn on your blinker when you go to parallel park. Letting the car behind you know that you’re parking will make it easier for both of you.
  4. Practice helps. It seems daunting to parallel park when you absolutely have to, so many people have little inclination to practice. But doing this can help you become confident and skilled. Watch Daisy demonstrate her parallel parking techniques above.

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