Obey all traffic rules. This includes wearing a seatbelt at all times, coming to a complete stop at all red lights and stop signs, obeying speed limits, knowing when to yield, etc.
Avoid distractions. When you first start driving, it's a good idea to avoid taking friends along with you. Besides being illegal in some states while you're a novice driver, driving with friends can be distracting. Other things that can distract any driver include talking on the phone, eating, putting on makeup, and listening to loud music. driving also can help you save money. A good driver is less likely to fork over money for car repairs and increased insurance premiums than a risky or bad driver is. As a new driver, the key is to make sure you are extra-careful and fully aware of all of your driving habits. You might notice older friends and relatives doing something risky — like speeding up instead of slowing down at a yellow light. But when a driver who doesn't have a lot of experience on the road does it, that kind of behavior can be even more dangerous.
Obey all traffic rules. This includes wearing a seatbelt at all times,