It’s a day parents around the country face with at least a little trepidation and anxiety: the day your teenager is licensed to drive. But thanks to a new app called Family Link offered by General Motors and Ford, parents can monitor, restrict, and control some aspects of their teen driver’s behavior behind the wheel. It’s like having driving tutor accompany your teen driver. Maybe even better. According to ABC7 Chicago, the new technology allows parents to communicate remotely with the specially equipped vehicles to program seat belt use, speed and radio volume. Parents can set boundaries for their teen ... Read More
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