Our expert says:
Is your concern for (a) her ability to drive safely and not take usafe advantage of her increased mobility ? or (b) concern simply that this extra mobility will make her more vulnerable to the naughty world out there ? You may be worrying a bit too much, and she a bit too little. But as I'm sure you have brought her up well to be a thoughtful and careful person, she will surely be able to manage her own safety ? Try to avoid what might feel like nagging about the dangers or the care she must take, and rather discuss, woman-to-woman there risks in modern life which wory you, and ask her opinion about how best one can deal with those.
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