Don’t let log books drive you up the wall

So your kid has finally got a learner’s permit and they are nagging you every day to take them driving and sign their log books. Some parents may think that 120 hours clocked up on the roads is unnecessary and are happy to sign false supervised entries in their kids log books.

I’m not usually one to pass judgment on other people’s parenting skills but I can tell you that the time it takes you to help your kids log hours and gain driving experience, is far less than the time you will spend grieving if they end up in an avoidable accident.

With up to 50% of log books expected to be fraudulent I suggest contacting log book experts at driving schools like ExcelDrive.com.au. When you don’t have the time they will.

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