Wednesday, June 4, 2014

TeenSafer helps Distracted Teen Drivers keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road


How many drivers have you witnessed texting, calling or holding their phone while driving? How would you feel if you or your family members were in the vehicle of a distracted driver?

There has been an accelerating number of accidents caused by teens using their mobile phone while driving. Have you heard the frequent news articles involving teens in fatal crashes? A recent story from TWC News reports that a Union County teenager aged 17 was killed in a wreck, likely due to texting while driving.

Do you have a teenage child and want to stop them from texting or calling while driving? Are you worried that they might hurt or injure themselves or others? Parents are asking these questions all the time, and do not believe that their child is distracted while driving until it happens to them.

What if this happens to you or your child?

TeenSafer app blocks the driver's phone when they are driving.
One solution to combat this problem is TeenSafer, an Android application that helps to prevent teens from texting, calling and using other apps while driving by locking their phone once the vehicle is moving. It is currently available for download on Google Play.

With TeenSafer, drivers will only see a "lock" screen that prevents them from using the phone until the vehicle comes to a stop. In case of emergency, drivers will have access to one Emergency contact (such as 911) and two customized contacts such as mom and dad. If the phone needs to be unblocked at any time, a parent or app "Administrator" can remotely unblock it indefinitely or for a set period of time through the Web portal online.

If you are also worried about your teen street racing or speeding, TeenSafer can also monitor their approximate speed and current location using GPS technology. Parents or app "Administrators" can set a speed limit to monitor how fast their teen is driving. When the set speed limit is exceeded, a text message will be sent to the parent notifying them of their teen driver's current speed and location. Speed and location reports can also be viewed on their account on the Web Portal.

Click here to Download TeenSafer for your child or loved one and help them keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

4 comments:

  1. My friend's son just recently got in a car accident because he was receiving and sending texts while driving. Luckily he wasn't killed. It's true that we just don't think about these things until it happens, and I would not want that to happen to my family. I wish we heard of this app sooner. I definitely recommend it to all parents who are worried about their kids too.

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    1. So many tragic stories these days. I hope everyone can learn to buckle up and stop texting while driving

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  2. There has been a gradual increase in number of accidents caused by teens using their mobile phone while driving. They should know that choosing right lawyer can have a significant influence on the outcome of their case. Thus they have to be careful in hiring someone to get out of their difficult time. My friend is receptionist with a Los Angeles DUI attorney and have told me enough times importance of hiring an experienced DUI attorney.

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  3. Here is one more applications if you want to track your kids.

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