Listen In On Your Spouse Or Driving Teen

“GoPass Technology has suddenly become the worst enemy of car-borrowing teenagers across the world. First they were being tracked by their jackets, then their shoes and now even in the car — with audio! The AVL-900 tracker has two very important functions that will reap disaster for kids and significant others. It can track where a vehicle goes with standard GPS technologies, but it also includes a microphone that picks up all conversations and whatnot inside of the car.”

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One Response to “Listen In On Your Spouse Or Driving Teen”

  1. Jim Rogenmoser Says:

    For Immediate Release

    Teen Driving Watch Monitoring Program
    Puts the Brakes on Reckless Teen Driving

    Rancho Cucamonga, California, May 20, 2007 — If you are driving and see a police car in your rearview mirror, what do you do? Most of us immediately check to make sure we are following the rules of the road. It’s just human nature to change our behavior to avoid a negative consequence, such as a ticket. A program called Teen Driving Watch uses that powerful motivator to get teens to drive safely.

    Teen Driving Watch works by letting teen drivers know that their behavior behind the wheel is being monitor, not just by police officers, but by the entire community. As one law enforcement officer put it, Teen Driving Watch is “Neighborhood Watch on Wheels.” Any member of the community who observes a teen driving recklessly can simply call the Teen Driving Watch Hotline, enter the unique ID number assigned to that teen’s car, and leave a voice message about the teen’s behavior. All calls are anonymous.

    The message, exactly as it was recorded, is forwarded to the parents of the teen driver in seconds. Because parents hear the actual recording of the message about their teen’s behavior, they can make their own judgment about the seriousness of the issue and the credibility of the caller.

    A unique advantage of the Teen Driving Watch Parental Notification System is that its quick response (in generally less than 10 seconds) allows a parent to call their teen’s cell phone and intervene when the reckless driving behavior is actually occurring.

    If the parent’s phone is busy or is not answered, the notification system will leave a recorded message and call other numbers provided by the parent. In addition, the message is transmitted over the Web as an audible “attachment” to the email addresses, also provided by the parent.

    Law enforcement officers say they like Teen Driving Watch because, if minor infractions occur, it allows them to use their cell phones to send a warning message directly to the parents of the teen driver knowing that it will be transmitted in seconds.

    Another feature law enforcement officer’s welcome is the option for Teen Driving Watch bumper sticker to help them identify provisional drivers at a distance. This supports enforcement of new Graduated Drivers License laws that are in force in many states.

    Jim Rogenmoser, President of Teen Driving, says, “Our goal is simple: to save lives and make our roads safer for everyone. Each year more than 8,900 teen drivers, passengers, innocent motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists are killed on our highways and hundreds of thousands of people are injured in auto accidents caused by teen drivers. Four out of every ten (40%) teens who die in the next year will lose their lives in a teen-caused auto accident. Teen Driving Watch is an effective, inexpensive way to solve a problem that costs lives, untold human suffering and over 40 billion dollars.”

    About Teen Driving Watch

    Teen Driving Watch, based in Southern California, provides teen driver monitoring service throughout the United States. Jim Rogenmoser, President of Teen Driving Watch, is the parent of a teen and a former high school teacher. Teen Driving Watch is available throughout the United States and Canada directly to parents by enrolling at http://www.teendrivingwatch.com. A free 9 minute DVD introducing Teen Driving Watch is also available by contacting http://www.info@teendrivingwatch.com .

    Contact Information:
    Jim Rogenmoser, M. Ed.
    President
    Teen Driving Watch
    jim@teendrivingwatch.com
    Direct Line: 805-258-8313

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