A driver’s license is a big moment in a teen’s life. But it can be a tumultuous time for teen drivers too: lobbying parents for the keys to the family car, managing the distractions that come from sometimes-boisterous passengers and trying to earn respect from every other driver on the road. It certainly takes time and practice to learn how to be a good driver – and teens sometimes suffer from bad stereotypes. Here’s a fun take on how the world views them.
Pamela Reyhan is the manager of digital content strategy at Allstate Insurance Company. She loves all thingsdigital, is the mother of twin girls and is a former Diet Coke addict.