Worried about your teen driver? These 6 steps will put you both at ease

(BPT) - It seems like just yesterday you were watching your child's first steps, and today she is asking for the keys to the car. While your teen may be excited about the prospect of driving, you probably have mixed emotions — and a lot of questions.

Learning to drive is a big milestone for both parent and child, and being prepared with the right information can help ensure everyone is happy and safe. Go over this guide to teen driving with your child, making time to check each item off your to-do list. For more information, visit AutoInsurance.com/Teens.

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