More parents need to take an active role in supporting their teenage kids’ driving skills and in the consequences of any infractions.
This from Sgt John Ferguson with west Kootenay Traffic Services.
He’s agreeing with the BC Coroner’s recommendations in trying to address the amount of youth killed on our roads.
He says many parents are very engaged when police contact them about an incident …but …
The Coroner wants a review of how parents are engaged with the Graduated Licencing Program.
Most of the young drivers killed on BC roads are males aged 17 and 18.