A New Safety System can Help Parents Monitor Kids' Driving Speeds

by Bidita Debnath on  March 25, 2015 at 11:45 PM Lifestyle News
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Recently, a car company has unveiled a new software that can help parents monitor their kids' driving speeds in real-time.
A New Safety System can Help Parents Monitor Kids' Driving Speeds
A New Safety System can Help Parents Monitor Kids' Driving Speeds

The spying car, dubbed Teen Driver, will send worried parents real-time info informing them of the top speeds reached, as well as the total distance driven and if the motor has been involved in any accidents, the Daily Star reported.

Teens will also have their driving restricted, with parents able to set maximum speeds of between 40-75 mph, which if exceeded, activates alerts warning the driver that their parents know they're going too fast. There's even a function to turn off the volume controls for the in-car entertainment.

Car giant Chevrolet has just unveiled the new safety system which could appear in their cars as early as 2016.

Source: ANI

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