The thrill of driving a car is there, but being messy on driving dissolves that thrill. Teenagers tend to experience vehicular mishaps such as car accidents and traffic violations more than adults. This is why it is best for teenagers to learn how to slow down on driving.
It is all about taking as much time as needed. The speed of the vehicle must be dependent to the current driving condition. If it is raining, the road is obviously slicker, so driving slowly is very much necessary. Not to mention, it is hard to see things around because of the rain. More reaction time from the teenage drivers will make them safer. Turning on the headlights will do good as well.
Giving pieces of advice to your teenagers who just began driving is essential for safety and discipline.