If you're anything like us, you had the date for your teen's driving test circled on the calendar. Hopefully, both you and your child were growing increasingly excited: you're probably an anticipating some relief of daily shuttle duties, and they're eager to prove their worth behind the wheel of a car—that expression of freedom we cherish so deeply.
If only it were that simple. COVID-19 brought nearly everything to a halt—including driving tests.
As the country prepares to pull back the shutters and slowly return to normal life, there's no telling when driving tests will resume. How can soon-to-be drivers ensure that their skills don't grow rusty, especially as memory of that driver's ed class fades into the past?