Ls to Ps eBook

A unique and practical handbook for mums, dads or any supervising driver, to guide you through what can be a stressful time.
Concerns parents tell us about the challenges of teaching young drivers…
Being up to date – a lot has changed since I learnt to drive
Being calm enough to be a help… knowing how to do it – teaching is a lot different to doing
Helping them overcome their initial fears then their frustrations (and ours) at learning the more difficult skills
The over confidence of my child
Here’s what Road Safety experts say about From Ls to Ps: Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive:
Anthony Cope
The NSW Driver Trainers Association
Driving Instructor and President
Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive is a great resource for those parents undertaking the important role of teaching a young person to drive.
This book is a must for all supervisors of learner drivers.
Maria Leotta
Ku-Ring-Gai Council
Road Safety Officer
Youthsafe have finally filled the gap with this purposeful E-book. I would highly recommend every supervisor read Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive; it will help make the process less daunting and more enjoyable!
Mark Stuart
Sutherland Shire Council
Road Safety Officer & U-Turn the Wheel Coordinator
The best “How to” guide for parents teaching their kids how to drive.
This book should be required reading for supervising drivers.
Key topics include:
1. How to hold a “roundtable discussion”
2. Building effective partnerships
3. Planning practice drives
4. Teaching 3 point turns, parking, merging & many more driving skills
5. How to engage a driving school that’s right for you
6. Preparing for The Driving Test
7. They are on their Ps – now what?