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Youthsafe’s Deputy Chairperson, David Riches, has written a book “Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive”, based on his many years of experience as a road safety consultant as well as working with parents and young learner drivers.
Here’s some feedback from some road safety experts about David’s book:
Teaching Aussie Kids to Drive by David Riches is a great resource for those parents undertaking the important role of teaching a young person to drive. Full of useful information and tips that will help that learning process run smoother and be of greater benefit to our next generation of drivers. The driver training industry is often asked by parents where they can go for additional information and support and a resource such as this helps to fill that need. I have known David for many years through his engagement with supervising drivers at local workshops, and his passion for helping our young people to remain safe while developing important life skills, is ever present. This book is the result of years of gathering information and dealing with the most common concerns from supervising drivers, and combining that with the knowledge provided to David from professionals in the industry. This book is a must for all supervisors of learner drivers.
Supervisors of Learner drivers are always in desperate need of practical strategies to assist them in this complex driving journey with their teenagers. Youthsafe have finally filled the gap with this purposeful E-book. When used parallel with the Learner Log Book, it provides supervisors with specific and constructive tools to utilise. I would highly recommend every supervisor read Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive; it will help make the process less daunting and more enjoyable!
David’s book is probably the best “How to” guide for parents teaching their kids how to drive. I am currently supervising two teenagers of my own and David’s stories, strategies and tips have been a godsend. David’s considerable experience and his friendly way of writing make this book the easiest way for parents to get their head around the sometimes nerve-wracking experience of sitting in the passenger seat. This book should be required reading for supervising drivers – I thank David for sharing his wisdom and humour.
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