IIHS Study Shows Teens Better Drivers With Tracking Devices


Aol Autos - October 4, 2011

A study by the Insur­ance Insti­tute of High­way Safe­ty shows that teens will prac­tice bet­ter dri­ving habits when they know they are being tracked with a GPS. Teen dri­vers can be tracked with­out them know­ing or par­ents can track them and let them know they are being watched, which may actu­al­ly offer bet­ter results because teens will prac­tice their best dri­ving behav­iors know­ing some­one is watch­ing. Many devices are avail­able, and each plan dif­fers.