Georgia's Plan to Improve Tire Safety Knowledge

Georgia has the tenth highest number of licensed drivers in America, according to Michelin. Georgia's 2016 Driver's Handbook already includes written instructions for checking tire pressure and tread depth, but Michelin hopes to take the instructions a step further.

The tire manufacturer is calling for hands-on instruction for checking tire pressure and tread depth. Michelin is also asking officials to consider adding in-depth questions regarding how to check tire safety on written driver’s tests.

Safe driving begins with a safe vehicle. Teaching teens to check and maintain their vehicles is the first step in raising a safe and responsible driver. The Law Office of Jason R. Schultz, P.C. stands by the parents of safe teen drivers and the teens who make a conscious effort to drive safely.

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