It is no secret that auto collisions involving cell phones are on the rise. In fact, according to statistics from the
In an effort to keep drivers safe on the road and lower the numbers,
This app is designed to stop texting and driving by allowing parents to set up “no cell zones.” It can limit use based on these specific zones and even times.
This app is designed to disable the texting option while driving. In the event that a teen tries to uninstall the app, the parent will be notified.
This app is designed to detect movement. It is to be installed inside a vehicle to detect motions and stop the use of cell phones. It is one of the more expensive options, so it may be a good idea for parents to read reviews online before making the investment.
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