Why do driving schools have LARGE stickers on the side of their cars that state things like "Student Driver"? The stickers make others on the road aware that there is a "new" driver at the wheel. Our program strives to do this and take away their anonymity on the road to reduce reckless driving incidents.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of deathes for U.S. teens. Crash risk is particularly high during the first year that teenagers are eligible to drive. In fact, per mile driven, teen drivers ages 16 to 19 are four times more likely than older drivers to crash.
Our service will help you do just that at the lowest price anywhere, plus it is tax deducible. You will get 24/7 coverage by the community of drivers on the road. You will be informed when your teenager isn't driving safely, so that you can work with them on things they need to improve upon before an accident occurs. Our service works by using community efforts to hold your teen accountable for their driving habits. Knowing that at any time their specific tag number can be reported by other drivers will help motivate your teen to practice good driving habits with or without you.