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Driving With A Teenage Brain : A State Trooper's Notes On How To Stay Alive
by Richard Kasper




Overview -
Parents - Want your child to drive one million, accident-free miles? The author has. His techniques are in this book.

A common-sense driving book for teenagers, which recognizes and addresses the difference between the teen brain and that of an adult.
Parents, investing in this book for your teen will teach them how to survive while learning to drive rather than becoming another teenage statistic. It won't teach them how to parallel park, make a three-point turn or how to pass a written test. They can easily learn these skills elsewhere. This book will provide the tools for your teen to recognize and avoid hazardous situations and unsafe drivers. It will show them how to train their inexperienced, teenage brains to make safe, split-second decisions when life-threatening events occur. In this book I have shared the knowledge gained over many years of driving, to help keep your teen alive while driving. Now help them to understand and apply this knowledge. Don't just give them this book. Make sure they read it. Quiz them on it, especially the chapter on Defensive Driving.
Reviews by Law Enforcement Professionals
"Investigating traffic accidents - especially those resulting in death or serious physical injury - is one of the most difficult jobs facing a police officer. When those accidents involve young or inexperienced drivers, the task is especially agonizing. With an emphasis upon driver safety, this very comprehensive book is an excellent resource for teenagers and parents alike, and I highly recommend it "Daniel Carlson - Captain, Assistant Director of Training, New York State Police, Ret.
Rich, thanks for letting me review your book. It's obvious you put a lot of effort into it, drawing on your unique experiences. I especially liked your personal stories and all of your common sense, practical advice You have provided an informative life-saving guide for everyone hoping to avoid a motor vehicle accident. I am confident you will make better, more thoughtful drivers with your insights. Each of my own grandchildren will be receiving a copy of this book as they prepare to get behind the wheel and hit the road. Excellent job Lars Jarvie - Chief of Police, City of Mesa, Arizona, Ret.
Richard Kasper has developed a common-sense guide for those who don't always use a great deal of common sense. I wish that this book existed when my sons were learning to drive. Nicely done Ben Wolfinger - Sheriff, Kootenai County, Idaho
Great information even for me, an old retired cop of 34 years. Having raised five children and worked with youth in Boy Scouts and church activities, I can attest that, while they are wonderful people, teenagers act like teenagers. The information in this book may save a teen's life. Thanks for writing this, Rich. I will share it with my kids.Gordon H. Gartner - Chief of Police, Town of Payson, Arizona, Ret.

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Overview

Parents - Want your child to drive one million, accident-free miles? The author has. His techniques are in this book.

A common-sense driving book for teenagers, which recognizes and addresses the difference between the teen brain and that of an adult.
Parents, investing in this book for your teen will teach them how to survive while learning to drive rather than becoming another teenage statistic. It won't teach them how to parallel park, make a three-point turn or how to pass a written test. They can easily learn these skills elsewhere. This book will provide the tools for your teen to recognize and avoid hazardous situations and unsafe drivers. It will show them how to train their inexperienced, teenage brains to make safe, split-second decisions when life-threatening events occur. In this book I have shared the knowledge gained over many years of driving, to help keep your teen alive while driving. Now help them to understand and apply this knowledge. Don't just give them this book. Make sure they read it. Quiz them on it, especially the chapter on Defensive Driving.
Reviews by Law Enforcement Professionals
"Investigating traffic accidents - especially those resulting in death or serious physical injury - is one of the most difficult jobs facing a police officer. When those accidents involve young or inexperienced drivers, the task is especially agonizing. With an emphasis upon driver safety, this very comprehensive book is an excellent resource for teenagers and parents alike, and I highly recommend it "Daniel Carlson - Captain, Assistant Director of Training, New York State Police, Ret.
Rich, thanks for letting me review your book. It's obvious you put a lot of effort into it, drawing on your unique experiences. I especially liked your personal stories and all of your common sense, practical advice You have provided an informative life-saving guide for everyone hoping to avoid a motor vehicle accident. I am confident you will make better, more thoughtful drivers with your insights. Each of my own grandchildren will be receiving a copy of this book as they prepare to get behind the wheel and hit the road. Excellent job Lars Jarvie - Chief of Police, City of Mesa, Arizona, Ret.
Richard Kasper has developed a common-sense guide for those who don't always use a great deal of common sense. I wish that this book existed when my sons were learning to drive. Nicely done Ben Wolfinger - Sheriff, Kootenai County, Idaho
Great information even for me, an old retired cop of 34 years. Having raised five children and worked with youth in Boy Scouts and church activities, I can attest that, while they are wonderful people, teenagers act like teenagers. The information in this book may save a teen's life. Thanks for writing this, Rich. I will share it with my kids.Gordon H. Gartner - Chief of Police, Town of Payson, Arizona, Ret.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781978219250
  • ISBN-10: 1978219253
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2017
  • Page Count: 260
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.55 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.78 pounds


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