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A GIFT TO KEEP YOUR FELLOW GRADUATES SAFE ON THE ROAD

While it's a symbol of 'entering adulthood' for teens to get their first set of keys, percentage-wise, teenage drivers are the highest among all age groups that involved in traffic accidents and the fatality rate is still shockingly high. Whether it's due to lack of experience, distracted driving, or simply ignoring all the necessary safety rules for driving, it's crucial to equip them with the right mindset, tools, and knowledge so that they can have a great life ahead. At this graduation season, we have put together all these driving tips, along with our gadgets, to help all teens safe behind the wheel.

PREPARE THE MIND

We’ve all been on the road with a scary driver — they veer into other lanes, they text and drive, they eat and drive, they make just about every bad decision you can. Since we can’t change other people, we have to learn how to be defensive drivers.
- Don't be a drowsy driver
- Monitor your vehicle's health
- Keep your cell phone at a reasonable distance

OPTIMIZE THE CAR

Handing your teenager a set of keys can be an exciting and scary moment for everyone in the family — but you can all rest easier by adding a few simple devices to the vehicle.
1. An emergency assistance package
2. A smart car charger with GPS can help you keep tabs
3. A blind spot sensor system can prevent crashes
4. Prevent breakdowns with a smart vehicle health monitor

LESSEN THE DAMAGE

Getting in a car crash is a terrifying experience — for anyone. After the initial shock, though, it's important that you protect yourself from any legal repercussions that could affect your insurance, your health and your nances.
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At This Graduation Season

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