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Drive Safely this Halloween: Tips for Teens and Parents Alike
This is a special note from David Lee with Ford of Murfreesboro - As you might not be aware, National Teen Driver Safety Week was October 20-26, and in anticipation of the upcoming festivities on Halloween, our team at Ford of Murfreesboro would like to recognize some of the driving tips that can helpteens and parents have a safe and fun “holiday.”
The theme for this year’s National Teen Driver Safety Week was “It Takes Two: Shared Expectations for Teens and Parents for Driving,” and this couldn’t ring more true than on a night like Halloween. Not all parents may realize it, but they have a huge impact on the way their teens drive and the safety precautions they take behind the wheel. Now, more than ever, parents can continue to play a part in encouraging their teens to make smart decisions and drive responsibly, not only through leading by example, but through using vehicle safety developments like Ford’s MyKey technology and similar products. MyKey, which is now standard in the Ford F-150 and other models, ensures that important safety features in the vehicle remain on, allowing parents to place limits on speed, audio system volume, and even bring the low-fuel light on sooner.
While vehicle technology certainly helps, it isn’t the only factor that can help save lives. With kids of all ages flooding the streets in neighborhoods across the country on Halloween night, it’s important for teens and parents who will be driving to and through their trick or treating destinations to be on high alert.
Here are some safe driving tips from Ford of Murfreesboro:
David Lee is not only a local father, he is the General Manger of Ford of Murfreesboro
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