Young drivers -- especially teen motorists -- in Georgia and elsewhere across the country generally know that they constitute a targeted driving population and are being closely watched. As the demographic with the most jarring statistics related to speeding, reckless driving and involvement with car accidents, it is not surprising that such scrutiny attaches to teenagers in cars.
And the attention is wide-based, coming from police officers out on the roads, other motorists and people who know them in their local neighborhood.
Oh, yes, and from their parents.
Continue reading Parents can now track their teen's driving behavior from home