The author is not a lawyer. Rather, she is a writer and activist. And, more importantly, the mother and parent of three now early-thirty-something adults and former fearless, but inexperienced teenage drivers.
She believes that teen drivers are like most adult drivers (including you, dear reader when we were newbie drivers); in that they made and make, albeit infrequently, driving mistakes, had minor car accidents, and get ticketed at least once. Still, the author feels very fortunate even lucky frankly to have survived her early driving experiences and police encounters, and that her kids likewise survived their vehicular accidents and various traffic stops by police.
How about you… and your teenage driver?
Do you and/or they think or feel the same?
This ebook can help readers understand the what and why of police traffic stops.
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