Parent Writes Book About Driver Safety After Child’s Death

For teens, getting their driver’s license is a fun and exciting time that generally means more freedom and more responsibility. For parents, it generally means more anxiety and stress and a bigger insurance premium. For teens, there are dangers that can arise in driving that their more experienced parents learned from years of driving experience. However, some teens never get that experience. For one teen’s father, he has dedicated his life to helping the parents of teen drivers avoid what he went through – the loss of a child. Fox 5 Atlanta reports. Tim Hollister, an author from Connecticut, lost his son Reid in a car accident nearly 12 years ago in 2006. He’s spent the past decade working with other advocates to try and get tougher driving laws passed in order to save teen lives. More recently, Hollister has worked with other safety advocates to pen his second book, “Not So Fast.” The book outlines what Hollister considers to be the top…

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