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Distractibility and lack of impulse control cause most driving problems for those with ADHD ADD. The following driving habits can improve attention span and decrease distractibility.
1) Preset the radio to avoid changing stations while driving.
2) Do not eat, drink, or use a cell phone while driving.
3) limit the number of passengers.
4) Do not drive when your angry, tired or upset.
This can help your ADHD teenager avoid tickets for speeding, reckless driving tickets and arive safely home to you.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|