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.
Teaching your teenager to drive is a complicated process and every teen is different. Some kids ask for frequent lessons. Some are less interested in lessons and simply want to pass the test so they can enjoy their newfound independence. Let us help you answer the question "How much time should I spend teaching my teenager to drive?"