Posted November 07, 2019 09:32:55 The last thing a parent wants is to give his or her child a crash course in driving.
It can be hard to explain why a child is so much more likely to get into a crash than a mature adult.
But the fact is that the majority of young drivers aged 16 to 19 are not fit enough to drive.
They are more likely than adults to be overweight or obese.
And many are more prone to developing health issues such as heart disease and diabetes.
Here’s what you can do to stop them getting too much older.
Don’t be afraid to ask the experts.
A new study in the BMJ has shown that older drivers are less likely to have a crash, and their health outcomes are worse.
The study involved data from a large sample of drivers aged 17 to 40, and followed them from the age of 16 until their 60s.
In the study, the researchers compared the health outcomes of young and older drivers, and found that drivers with a previous crash had lower rates of cardiovascular disease and obesity, and were less likely than drivers without a previous incident to suffer from any form of stroke.
How old is too old?
There are many reasons why a person’s health may be affected by the age they hit the road.
The first thing to realise is that driving a car can be an incredible challenge.
The driver’s own health is often compromised by the effects of the car’s tyres, road conditions and the constant noise of the road, which can disrupt the sleep cycle and cause sleep apnea.
It’s no wonder that people who drive at an older age are more inclined to suffer serious health problems.
But in order to understand how to best reduce your child’s risk of serious health issues, it’s important to look at the underlying factors that cause their health problems, and the risk factors they have to be at.
Healthy adults should be able to drive, but they should be encouraged to do so at an age where they can safely manage the risks of driving.
If you have a child, make sure you’re not delaying the time they can drive.
If your child is at least 18 years old, the best time to introduce them to driving is before they hit puberty.
If you have children under 18, then the best age to introduce your child to driving at is when they are able to safely manage their own risk factors and the risks that may be associated with driving.
You can find out more about driving from a young age.
You can also check out our list of top driving tips for children.