Editor Ann Piccirillo email@example.com
Last year 627 people died on NJ’s roadways. Want to end the carnage on our roads? Start by conducting a personal safety reality check and then get to work.
Silver linings are hard to find but keep on looking!
The benefits of having emergency cash available is a good idea no matter what your age.
Adding a newly licensed teen to your auto policy can put a serious dent in your pocketbook. But there are ways to reduce the impact without scrimping on coverage.
Some odds and ends.
Many college sports coaches have misrepresented themselves on their resumes and I am amazed how they think they will never be caught!
Parents must be the chief enforcer of NJ’s proven GDL program. But once a teen is on the road, a decal enables police to enforce the law for the safety of all roadway users.
Giving teens unlimited access to a vehicle may be convenient, but it’s risky. Requiring teens to ask for the keys gives parents a chance to ask three critical questions.
One parent asked her teenage son to share his thoughts about learning to drive. His insightful response is good advice for parents and teens.
Tough week but we can't give up!
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