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Learn Teen Driving Tips at the Next #KidsNTrips

BY La Jolla Mom

I don’t yet have a driving teen at home, however, in preparation for our next #KidsNTrips family travel Twitter party sponsored by Liberty Mutual, I have learned so many good ways parents can help teens navigate the road safely.

If you have a driving teen at home you’ll definitely want to tune in.

Did you know that your teen can sign a driving contract? Put together by SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and Liberty Mutual, this document opens up a conversation between teens and parents about safe driving habits and possible consequences of distracted driving. It is free to download.

Plus, there will be even more tips and techniques to learn.

Details for the Teen Driving Twitter Party

Join #KidsNTrips on Wednesday, June 22 to chat about how teens can stay safe while driving. There is no need to RSVP, just follow the #KidsNTrips hashtag and join the conversation.

Date: Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Time: 9:30 a.m. PT/12:30 p.m. ET

Hashtags: #KidsNTrips #TalkTeenDriving (use both)

Theme: Teen Driving

Hosts: Be sure to follow @TravelMamas@JenLeo@LaJollaMom, and @LibertyMutual

Sponsor: Liberty Mutual

Special Guests: @JenniferMiner from, @StacieinAtlanta from and @travelermom from

Giveaway Prize: Four $100 VISA gift cards awarded to four winners

Restrictions: Must be 18+ to win. Open to U.S. residents only. No purchase necessary to win. Prize will be awarded to one lucky #KidsNTrips Twitter Party participant. Winner will be chosen at random and notified via Twitter shortly after the party. Read additional prize terms and conditions.

Learn more: Not sure what a Twitter party is or why to participate? Learn more about #KidsNTrips family travel Twitter parties now!

Do you have a driving teen at home? Let us know if you’ll join #KidsNTrips!

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