Supervised driving sessions are the last, best chance for parents to influence the skills and behavior of their teen drivers. The Parent's Supervised Driving Program is a resource for parents to utilize when teaching their teen to drive.
The Parent's Supervised Driving Program is rolling out across the United States with more and more state partners, including departments of transportation and divisions of motor vehicles, recognizing the benefit of providing parents with a guide to assist them through the supervised driving requirement with their permitted teen. Parents and teens can pick-up printed guides at licensing centers in each of these states or can download their state's guide here by selecting their state below.
Thanks to the support of our sponsors, The Parent's Supervised Driving Program is provided to families and to the state at no cost. Private sector companies interested in supporting teen driver safety and education as well as the parent's role in the process have stepped forward to support the program.
The Parent's Supervised Driving Program is supported by its national partner, Ford Motor Company, as well as state and regional companies focused on supporting the families within the communities where they live and do business. Improving teen driver safety is a cause that unites these businesses.