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Many teens look forward to spring break, whether your family has plans for a trip or you’re all staying local. This popular blog was previously posted in spring 2018.
With a full week off from school, new drivers may hope to spend some of their time behind the wheel and parents should be prepared. Your teen might have a license, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help keep your teen safe.
If you are traveling with your teen – or working all week while he or she stays home from school – here are some tips and ground rules to reinforce during spring break:
Regardless of your location, remember that while this break is meant for relaxation and fun, it is still important to keep your teen safe.
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