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Personal tracking

To increase security, especially children and the elderly, log book not only allows tracking their movements on a map, but also to call for help in emergency situations.

  • Personal GPS units allow online tracking of people and quickly determine their position if needed in real time.
  • Alerts – be notified on your phone, PDA, or computer if an elderly parent or a loved one travels outside of a set geographic boundary.
  • Teenage drivers – Personal tracking can help you keep your teen driver accountable and provide you and your family peace of mind.
  • Help at your fingertips – Just by pressing a button you will get notified immediately that a loved one may need your help.  You will know their exact position and be able to comunicate with them.
  • Supervision of employees, e.g. Members of security guard patrols the implementation is simple and quick overview of the EMPLOYEES and fulfillment of the set tasks according to schedule or other parameters. You can set up an information report on crossing the border demarcated zones “Geo – Fence”. You also have the option traceability by date and time.
  • Overview of movement of people but also animals poksytuje evaluating all options and statistics, which provide log book.

Teenage driving – tracking

  • How many teen related auto accidents occur each year?
    Auto accidents are the number one cause of death among teens, accounting for more than one third of all deaths of 16-18 year old, which account for 14% of all motor vehicle accident deaths. 5,288 teens died in motor vehicle accidents in the United States.
  • What are the primary factors for teen auto accidents
    Parents are often relieved when their teen begins to drive. The two primary factors that cause teen auto accidents are immaturity and inexperience. Teens are likely to engage in risky behavior, such as: speeding, not wearing a seat belt, showing off to their friends in the vehicle, night driving (9pm – 6am), alcohol, follow other vehicles too close, passing inappropriately, & driver error. Young drivers tend to overestimate their own physical and driving abilities and underestimate the dangers on the road.
  • What is the age that teens are at the highest risk for auto accidents?
    Sixteen year-old have higher crash rates than drivers of any other age, including older teenagers. However, older teens are still high-risk drivers.
  • Is there a risk with my teen having passengers in the vehicle?
    The presence of passengers can increase the risk by distractions and peer pressure to take risks. Teens often make poor decisions and deliberately seek thrills like speeding with passengers in the vehicle.
  • Why should I be concerned about my teen’s driving? The state issued my teen a license.
    Currently, there is no state law that meets or exceeds all of the requirements necessary to ensure teen driver safety. Most parents blame themselves when their teen is injured or killed in auto accident? The parent does have some degree of responsibility.
  • My teen always follows the rules & has never been in trouble, so why fix something that’s not broken?
    Even teens that usually follow the rules can be easily distracted or encouraged to take risks without constant monitoring. Statistics show that most fatally injured young drivers don’t have prior traffic violations or crashes on their record. Teens will make their best independent decisions under supervision or while they are monitored with a tracking device.
  • Why not just let kids be kids and let them learn from their own mistakes?
    Teenagers perceive driving as freedom, and don’t consider the risks involved because their brain is not fully developed.
  • Is Driver’s Education sufficient training for my teen to be a safe driver?
    Driver’s Education is important, but it does not reduce the need for additional training and monitoring. Unfortunately, the problem is that so many crashes involve the driver’s attitude, not their skill. According to The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety, “Training and education don’t change these tendencies. Don’t rely solely on driver education. High school driver education may be the most convenient way to learn skills, but it doesn’t produce safer drivers. Even graduated licensing doesn’t attempt to modify driver behavior directly.”
  • How can I help my teen become a safe driver?
    Constant and direct supervision or monitoring with a GPS tracking system for at least the first year of driving can significantly reduce your child auto accidents. Most parents would find it impossible to always ride in the vehicle with their teen. A teen tracking system has become a convenient way for parents to have peace of mind, and for teens to have accountability while they are behind the wheel.
  • Would monitoring my teen’s driving appear as a lack of trust?
    No. In fact, tracking teens has proven to actually embrace more trust because the parent does not have to question the teen or place as many restrictions on them.
  • How can this device help my teen become a safe driver?
    Our tracking systems provide a balance of constant teen supervision through online mapping and reports, but it still allows the teen freedom and privacy that they deserve. It’s like being in the passenger seat next to the driver without actually being there. GPS tracking can identify bad driving habits related to speed, seat belt usage, passengers in the vehicle, and whereabouts, etc. A GPS vehicle tracking device will allow the parent to correct potential problems that put teens at risk and it will help them become a safe driver out of habit.
  • Will installing a tracking devices get me a discount on my teen’s auto insurance?
    In some states, there is a discount available. The best way to find out is to contact a TeenDriverInsurance.com agent. These agents specialize in protecting families with teen drivers. They can help you get the special coverage for families with teen drivers and give you other tools to make sure your teen is driving safe. Go to www.teendriverinsurance.com and simply enter your zip code to find an agent in your area.