What are two main challenges Remy and Morgan encounter in "Driver's Ed" by Caroline B. Cooney?

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A fine question. Personally, I'm not sure how I'd come up with a list of six problems (specifically). They seem to have more than that, and different problems before and after the accident.

You asked for hints and tips, rather than specifics, so I'll point you in the following directions:
Growing up (getting along with families)
Growing up (learning to drive)
Growing up (learning to get along with the opposite sex)
Social pressure (politics, school, etc.)
Making Sense of What They Did (the moral meaning of the accident, what to do, etc.)
Nickie's threats (and what to do about them)
Siblings
Finding ways to love, after
Dealing with life while in great pain and guilt

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