Sudden downpours are not unheard of in most parts of Canada during the summer. If the water comes on suddenly, it may have nowhere to go, and the roads can become washed out quickly even in an urban area. Therefore, if you plan to teach your teen to drive in the summer months you will want to include a lesson on navigating wet and flooded roads.
The legalization of recreational cannabis use in Canada has impacted many aspects of our social culture, and the pressures our teens face can now look drastically different from the pressures we faced when we were young. This is why it’s so important to do your research and prepare yourself for a conversation around cannabis use while you are teaching your teen to drive.
Taking the step to driving without supervision can be a big one. How do you know that your teen is ready to drive alone?