Few things are as challenging and difficult as sending a new driver into the world. Even with a lengthy driver’s education training as well as lots of driving time behind the wheel with parents, it is never easy to send your child out in a car for the first time. With warnings about keeping eyes open for everything from motorcyclists to pedestrians, parents sometimes feel as if they can do little more than hope for the best when their newest driver heads out on a first solo drive.
Fortunately, there are new resources that parents can use if they want to monitor the driving habits of their children. From technology that was originally developed to monitor drivers who have been previously arrested for driving under the influence or for previous accidents, both health agencies and insurance companies have tools