Friday, 21 July 2017 11:25

Do you remember all the road rules? Navman does!


You got your driver’s licence as soon as you could – a rite of passage. Now as a millennial with a mortgage you have teenage kids that want to do the same – if only to borrow your precious car.

But the facts are that while you are probably a good driver you have forgotten more road rules that you remember. And the reality sets in – how can you teach kids to drive?

Navman’s FREE webinar titled “How to teach your kids to drive” is really a subtle reminder of how much you need to refresh so you don’t pass bad habits to the kids.

It is a live Internet presentation with Safe Drive Training. A qualified driving instructor and safety driving expert will be on hand to provide tips for parents and answer any questions they may have about teaching someone to drive.

The lesson will cover all aspects of getting started – from the skills you’ll need to make sure the experience is safe including a road rules refresher, to how to ensure young drivers stay safe once they have a licence.

Wendy Hammond of Navman Australia and New Zealand said, “This is the second webinar we are holding to help parents who are guiding their kids behind the wheel – our first webinar last year was a wonderful success with many parents telling us that they found the advice very useful and even inspiring.”

“Our webinar was developed following a survey we put out to our customers who had taught someone to drive, asking them if they would do it again. 30% were reluctant or not sure they would give it another shot, so we thought we’d step in and help out because driver safety, and creating better driving experiences are things we pride ourselves on at Navman,” she said.

The webinar is open to anyone in Australia - all you need to participate is a computer/tablet/smartphone with speakers or headphones so you can hear. You must register beforehand by visiting the Navman Facebook page. 

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Ray Shaw  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!

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