National Geographic : 1963 Mar
Metropolitan Life invites all teen-age drivers to stop here and test your... SAFETY SENSE Doyouknow howtobrake on a YesNo slippery road? QDI Have you learned how to "drive Yes No ahead" and avoid potential trouble? D L Do you make regular checks of your Yes No car's mechanical condition? QD Do you always give the other fellow Yes No a break . .. including pedestrians? Q Q Do you look at your rear-view mir ror frequently to check the position Yes No of the car following you? HQ Do you refuse to use your car to "show off" your new driving skills Yes No or to "outwit" other drivers? QQ Do you know the dangers of mixing Yes No drinking and driving? HH Do you let someone else take the Yes No wheel when you're tired or upset? Q Do you stop rough or rowdy con- Yes No duct among your passengers? DQ Do you give turning and stopping signals in plenty of time to warn Yes No the driver behind you? QQ Add up your "yes" answers. If there are ten, you've a perfect score. You have what it takes to be a safe, courteous, mature driver. If you have six or seven, you are well on your way, but you need to do better. Below six, buckle down. Improve your driving habits. Why risk getting into an accident or losing your hard-won license? For more information, send for the Metropolitan Life booklet, "How To Be A Better Teen-Age Driver." It's an important guide for getting your license and develop ing your safety sense. Use the coupon be low for your free copy. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A MUTUALCOMPANY* HomeOffice-NEWYORK-Since1868 Head Office-SAN FRANCISCO-Since1901* Head Office-OTTAWA-Since1924 Over1000LocalOfficesin U.S.A.andCanada NAME (PLEASE PRINT) STREET CITY & ZONE STATE COUPON MAY BE PASTED ON POSTAL CARD Metropolitan Life (Dept. N-33), 1 Madison Ave., New York 10, N.Y. Please send me the free booklet, "How To Be A Better Teen-Age Driver."