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Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - 11:30
-- admin Categories: Teen

There are so many advantages involved with passing your driving test it is difficult to know where to begin describing how much of a difference to your independence it makes

One of the main things to take...

Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 10:45
-- admin Categories: General

If you have not yet passed your driving test, then maybe it is time to get going because the independence that you will experience from being able to drive is second to none

Imagine not having to rely on...

Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 16:00
-- joe.apex Categories: General

Making it easy to find a driving school

It’s always been difficult to find a driving school in your local area so igottadrive.com is introducing a driving school locator service.

The locator service will allow users to find...

Friday, January 30, 2015 - 08:15
-- joe.apex Categories: Safety, Teen

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed an agreement that forms a “contract” between newly minted teen drivers and their parents. When a teen gets their driver’s license, it is a stressful and dangerous time for the teen and their parents. Even though the teen has...

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 08:00
-- joe.apex Categories: Automobiles, Safety, Winter Driving

Winter Is Here: How It Will Affect Your Driving?

The winter season brings more than pumpkin pie and Christmas trees — as the temperatures cool and precipitation increases, drivers have to deal with the rain, snow, sleet and ice that are typical this time of year.

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Passing your Driving Test gives you Freedom!

If you have not yet passed your driving test, then maybe it is time to get going because the independence that you will experience from being able to drive is second to none

Imagine not having to rely on other people to take you somewhere, being able to go to the shop when you want to go, and getting yourself from A to B without having to pay a taxi or wait for a bus. That is the freedom that comes with driving. 

Parent teen driving agreement

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed an agreement that forms a “contract” between newly minted teen drivers and their parents. When a teen gets their driver’s license, it is a stressful and dangerous time for the teen and their parents. Even though the teen has taken the best driver’s education available and worked diligently with their parent to drive the required number of practice hours, driving alone is a very different experience.

Winter Driving Tips

Winter Is Here: How It Will Affect Your Driving?

The winter season brings more than pumpkin pie and Christmas trees — as the temperatures cool and precipitation increases, drivers have to deal with the rain, snow, sleet and ice that are typical this time of year.

Parents Question Teen Driving

Most teenagers get their drivers license as soon as it is legal for them to do so. With parents who worry about their children driving, they must realize that it is not a ‘requirement’ but a privilege to allow them the honor of driving. Most teens do not understand this and honestly, there are a lot of parents who don’t either.

New Games Selection

igottadrive.com now offers a collection of the best free driving games from around the web. We have picked the most interesting driving games available and have brought them to you on igottadrive.com. And the best part is that all of these games are free to play. Play 18-wheeler and try your hand at parking an large 18-wheeler truck before the clock runs out. Or how about taking an off road challenge with Canyon Valley Rally. The 3D graphics make this game loads of fun to play and a great challenge.

Texting Zones for Distracted Driving?

In a bid to curb the high risk incidents related to distracted driving, "Texting Zones" was introduced months ago. In the same manner that rest stops give road-weary, long-distance drivers a rest from the road, these zones encourage heavy mobile users to pull over at the spots to do their smartphone business. From this, does the idea have the potential to serve its purpose? Can the neighboring countries and other continents abide with the trend?