18 Blog Posts From the DRIVER EDUCATION Tag


oos Principle Number 1: Traffic Safety through Sound Engineering and Real Driver Training

oos Principle Number 1: Traffic Safety through Sound Engineering and Real Driver Training

The Driving in America Blog was started a year ago to bring more information to those who are beginning their journey as motorists’ rights advocates. Over the next several months, I will be working with each of the seven oos principles to give readers of this weekly blog some idea of what we all are […]

Texting and Driving: What Parents Need to Know

Texting and Driving: What Parents Need to Know

Smartphones are a constant part of our daily lives, from making calls and texting on the go to researching any number of topics on Google. While it is consistently accessible, being able to text or study on your phone while you’re behind the wheel isn’t convenient — it’s dangerous, even for experienced drivers. For teenagers […]

Automated Cars – And Dumbed Down Drivers

Automated Cars – And Dumbed Down Drivers

One of the arguments used by automated car pushers (I use the term deliberately, to convey the fact that the market isn’t asking for automated cars any more than it is electric cars; both are being forced upon the market by parties who are frustrated by the market’s reluctance to “embrace” either thing) is that […]

Is Your Teen Ready to Drive?

Is Your Teen Ready to Drive?

Learning to drive is one of the most exciting rights of passage in a young person’s life. It’s a distinct symbol of growing up, and it also represents an exhilarating sense of unparalleled freedom.   That being said, it’s perfectly normal for parents to experience a wave of mixed emotions as their teenagers approach the […]

Are We Really Ready for RoboCars?

Are We Really Ready for RoboCars?

By the end of the year, Waymo plans to release upon the world (in Arizona specifically) robotaxis that can be summoned with the press of a button. Are we ready to forgo our personal vehicle and step into a transportation pod that controls us in an intimate and even perhaps a provocative way? Probably not. […]