If your family has a new teen driver with a car, getting them presents this year is a breeze. Whether a cousin, nephew, niece or child, all of these gifts range in price and super helpful to keeping new teen drivers safe or their cars in good condition.
Create your own, custom emergency kit. Fill up stockings with go-to necessities for the car. Check out the travel-size section at your local grocery or pharmacy for some of these items. Use a medium-sized ziplock bag for all of the products including, hand sanitizing gel, band-aids, mini Neosporin, Ibuprofen, air fresheners, cell phone charger, baby wipes, a pen and a small flashlight.
You know, since everything is digital these days. Keeping your tires inflated properly helps your tires last longer and also maintains your best fuel economy.
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Especially if your teen is active or spends a lot of time outdoors. Keeping out sand, dirt, mud or slush will help keep a car look nicer for a lot longer. Since they are removable plastic coverings, they are easy to take out and hose off.
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Your kid doesn’t need to have a fancy car to stay safe or to avoid dinging cars behind them. A great gift for teens that have to do a lot of parallel parking.
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This gift is extremely practical. This gift ensures that even when another car can’t reach your child’s car battery or if there are no other cars around, they will be able to get going again. This means safety on many levels.
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If you’re child has an older car, a tape adapter will be one of their most-used gifts of all time. It allows your child to hook-up their smart phones or iPods to the cassette tape player so they can listen to music, phone calls or navigation directions through their stereo.
You can usually find these at Wal-Mart, Target, or automotive shops.