There’s less traffic, plenty of time on your hands, isn’t this the perfect time to teach kids how to drive?
Not so fast. We think you should see Driving-Tests.org first. It’s on our Job Search and Learning Aids page under the Research tab at the top of this and any Adult page. You’ll find the New York State DMV handbooks in English and Spanish for the standard license, commercial, and motorcycles, FAQs, practice tests galore, and guidelines and the requirements for applying for a license. There are sections for signs, fines, speed limits, regulations, traffic citations, insurance, DUI and the points systems that will appear on the written test. It even includes a written test simulator that presents new questions every time you take it.
And once you’ve gone through and passed the test a few times, you can show the site to your kids. Face it, you’ve not driving much now, and there are some things you might want to review before the student driver in the family starts asking hard questions.