the United States is almost three times the rate for drivers 20 and older.
Teenage drivers face a variety of challenging decisions and
distractions when they take those first drives without Mom or
Dad. It can be a little nerve-wracking for everyone. That’s why
Chevrolet developed Teen Driver, a leading-edge safety feature
that allows parents to view their teen’s driving habits and use
the information to continue to coach their new drivers, even
when they can’t be in the car.
Teen Driver encourages safe driving habits for teenage drivers,
while providing their parents with a greater peace of mind as
they watch their children pull out of the driveway. It’s the first
feature of its kind in the industry to offer a “report card,” which
is designed as a teaching tool.