Parents of teenage drivers, how do like these apples? According to Stateline, a publication of Pew Charitable Trusts:
For many teens, taking driver’s education has become a rite of passage in itself, just like getting a license. Now, some states are requiring their parents to take a class as well.
Last month, Rhode Island became the third state to enact a law that requires parents or legal guardians to take a class about the rules and restrictions their children face when they get behind the wheel before their teens can get a license. Connecticut already has such a requirement, as does Massachusetts, the first state to mandate it in 2007. (Virginia requires it as well, but only in Northern Virginia.)
And in New Jersey, a mandatory parent education measure passed the state Assembly last month and is pending in the Senate.
As long as they don't make us grandparents do it.