One of the thrills of youth is learning to drive

in Here is your first Forum Tue Jul 23, 2013 11:35 am
by chainsaw • 299 Posts

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<p>On a windy day, protective eyewear may be recommended. For smaller children, a helmet or other protective headgear may be recommended or required. Always follow the rules and policies of the kart track and don芒鈧劉t worry about looking out of fashion with protective eyewear and helmets. Safety trumps fashion every time! As fun as it may seem to have a child sit with the driver, this is again is not recommended. Have the child sit in the passenger seat, with seatbelt securely fastened, just like the driver. </p>

<p>Adults and parents at the kart track should model safe driving behavior and use a shared ride to help teach younger drivers who may then test their skills at a junior track. When taking a younger driver to the junior track, explain that all rules are to be followed and that when in doubt, slow down and pull over to the side of the track to signal for help <a href="http://www.slownet.ne.jp/note/detail/201307221009-911e344">slownet</a>. Then, cheer on the new driver and enjoy the fun of a safe go-karting!</p>

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