Best Gifts for the New Driver
Have a new driver in your life? Here are some helpful and affordable gifts to celebrate their new achievement!
Wallets & Bags
Most teenagers don’t carry around wallets, but this one is perfect because it zips so nothing will fall out and there’s enough compartments for everything including her phone. It is also a good size and really cute.
Around $30. Great reviews. Comes in lots of colors.
Slim wallets that fit in a front pocket
Here are some slim wallet options that don’t have velcro. These should be able to fit into his front pocket.
FurArt Slim Minimalist Wallet w/ Key Loop — under $10 (lots of colors!)
Herschel Charlie RFID Wallet — around $20 (several colors and textures)
Minimalist Aluminum Wallet — around $20
A lot of girls don’t carry around purses or bags because they are too big and they don’t have enough stuff to put in them. This little backpack is super cute and she can carry it on your back so it isn’t in the way. It runs around $25.
You all know the hype about Hydroflasks and this 21 ounce option is perfect because it is skinny enough to fit in a car cup holder and the colors are super cute. Also, it will encourage your teen to drink water.
Teens love coffee and also saving the environment, and this cup is the perfect size for a car’s cup holder to keep in the car. It’s also simple and cute. Under $15 and lots of colors.
This one is simple. Teens need something bigger than just a tiny key chain to carry keys on so they don’t get lost. This lanyard is popular and is perfect for carrying everything they need on their key chain.
You don’t want your teen’s phone to die while their driving or else they can’t call you when they get there!
This phone mount encourages kids to stay off their phone while driving. Easy to mount to the windshield or the dash.
This is a super cute and trendy addition to your teen’s car.
This Tile Pro is perfect for your teen’s lanyard so when they lose their keys 196 times a week, they will be able to track them.
We all know that teens can sometimes smell not the best, but that doesn’t mean that their car has to. These should also smell better than the chemical-smelling air freshener trees.
A weatherproof blanket is a perfect addition to your teen’s car because they love doing stuff spontaneously, like having a picnic or driving to watch the sunset, and you don’t want them to freeze. Also, if their car breaks down or they need to take a quick nap, this blanket will keep them warm.
Do your part to keep your kid’s car from turning into a giant garbage can with these washable and reusable trash bags.
This handy organizer will help keep all of their emergency items organized in the trunk or back of their car.
I suppose all cars should have these items. You can purchase a ready-for-you car safety kit or buy the items individually and store them in their trunk organizer:
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