About This Program
Teaching Your Teen to Drive
Developed by Safe Roads Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to promoting safer driving through education for drivers of all ages, The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program is designed to improve teen driver safety by providing parents and guardians with a methodical approach to teaching the requisite driving skills. Each lesson concentrates on a particular sequential skill. Parents are in the best position to help their teens to become safe, smart, and skilled drivers.
The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program also includes a website, social media pages, and a mobile app, RoadReady®.
Publisher: Safe Roads Alliance –
Illustrator: Lou Eisenman
Thanks to the following for help in developing this program: Jeff Larason, Travelers Marketing, In Control Family Foundation, Colleen Kelley Carr, Lisa Kennedy-Cox, and Emily Stein.
Special thanks to Debra Hall, Lynn Rhodes, and Jeanne Purcell at the Idaho Transportation Department DMV; Doug Pottenger, Owner of All About Safe Driving; Jeff Coe, DE Supervisor, Tracy Leinen, Instructor, Wayne Norman, Driver Education Supervisor, and Wes Hult, Driver Education Instructor, at the Boise School District; Tim Erhardt, Driver Education Instructor at the Weiser School District; Kristin Oostra, Academic Specialist at the IDLA; Margaret Goertz, and Josephine Middleton at the Office of Highway Safety; Rob Fenn, Owner of the AAA Idaho Driving School; and Audra Urie, Driver Education Program Director at the State Department of Education, for their work and support toward the creation and development of this program.
Published in association with the Idaho State Department of Education and the Idaho Transportation Department.
With support from:
• State Farm®
State Farm and the State Farm logo are registered trademarks of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company.
Copyright © 2019 J.F. Griffin Publishing and Safe Roads Alliance. All rights reserved.
Printed in the United States of America.
Produced by J.F. Griffin Publishing.