The Courant (Glastonbury, CT) February 26, 2014:
"When it comes to teenage driving, Tim Hollister wants parents to remember that the most important messages they can give their children involve passengers, alcohol, curfew, texting and seatbelts.
As a father of a teenage driver, Hollister thought he was educated parent until his son, Reid, was killed in a 2006 crash. Since Reid's death, Hollister, a Bloomfield resident, has been helping to craft the state's new graduated driver's licensing law and getting his safe-driving message out to parents and teens across the state.
On Wednesday, Hollister was the guest of the Glastonbury Education Foundation for a presentation on teen safe driving in front of a packed Riverfront Community Center crowd. Hollister is the author of 'Not So Fast: Parenting Your Teen through the Dangers of Driving.' He also writes a blog — http://www.fromreidsdad.org — to help parents navigate 'the most dangerous times of their children's lives.'
Hollister called the fatalities and injuries from teen driving a 'true public safety crisis that demands our attention.'" Read More