However, these two sets of rules may conflict with each other (i.e., one set of rules is more strict or more lenient than the other) leaving teens to judge which set of rules should apply.
Teens should be instructed to follow the more strict set of rules when they are in doubt.
Driving Privileges Consistent with laws that apply to everyone, parents should help their youth recognize that driving is a privilege and not a right.
As such, it is a privilege that is earned, and can be taken away.
If one parent has strong convictions about certain rules or behavior that should be enforced regardless of which home a child is visiting, they need to respectfully discuss these expectations with the other parent to see if their expectations are agreeable to the other parent.