Teen and Parent Car Use Agreement

Teens are involved in many serious car accidents.

Pushor Mitchell Partner and personal injury and ICBC claim lawyer Paul Mitchell Q.C. has prepared a “Teen and Parent Car Use Agreement” to assist you in getting the message about driving safely to your teen driver.

This Agreement is free.

It also has suggestions for some incentives and penalties for your teen driver, to hopefully encourage good driving habits, and discourage bad ones.

It is an easy to use template, that can be modified for your own use.

Please pass it along to your family and friends who have a teen driver to consider using.

For the free “Teen and Parent Car Use Agreement”, click here

Paul Mitchell, Q.C.is a BC personal injury lawyer who has extensive experience with severe injury claims, including brain injury claims, spinal injury claims, death claims, ICBC claims, medical malpractice claims, and other catastrophic injury claims. 

He acts for injured clients all over BC, and will not act for ICBC or any other insurance company. He has also been involved in many accident prevention activities and causes.

For more information on this article, contact Paul Mitchell, Q.C. at 250-869-1115 (direct line), or send him a confidential email at [email protected]

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