How's your driving?

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Real Estate Agent with South Dakota Real Estate Company

My daughter who I have been spending most of the summer helping learn to drive emailed me the above "Zits" comic strip today.  I actually had to laugh out loud when I read it and thought other parents out there may also get a kick out of it. 

This strip does bring up a good point though - the same point I have been trying to get across to my daughter:   ALWAYS make your passengers feel safe.  This is true whether you are with family, friends, and most importantly CLIENTS!  Just because  you know you are "in control" of the vehicle doesn't mean your passengers do so drive extra cautiously if you are one to normally zoom in and out of lanes, slam on the brakes at stop signs/lights.  Also - refrain from talking on cell phones while driving with clients! :)   This is an obvious thing to say but I see people do it all the time so maybe some people just need a little reminder that it may make your passengers VERY nervous!

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