Simple to Install
Install in seconds without tools or special skills. Monitor your teen's driving right after you plug the device in
- Plugs into OBD port under the dash
- About the size of pack of gum
- Includes battery backup so if the tracker is disconnected you get an alert
- Refreshes location info every 2 minutes
- Wiring Harnesses available for more unobstructed installation
Access from PC, Tablet and Phone
Locate your teen's vehicle at anytime using your computer, tablet, laptop or cell phone.
Real-time updates refreshed every 2 minutes
While the vehicle is moving, refreshes sent every 2 minutes
Trip View (Start-Route-Stop)
See the Trips your Teen has made including:
- Origination Address
- Destination Address
- Ignition On Time
- Ignition Off Time
- Travel Time
- Max Speed
- Unsafe Events
- Miles Driven
- Time at Location
Parental Involvement is Key to Safety
Research studies have shown that teens of parents that engage with them about driving
BEFORE and AFTER they receive ther license are significantly less likely to me involved in a serious accident.
Communication is Vital to Success
MobiCoPilot provides a daily "scorecard" that you and your teen can use to monitor progress, address unsafe behavoirs and prove accountability.
The more you talk with your teen about driving, the better their odds of avoiding costly mistakes. Most accidents involving teens are preventable.
Set Clear Limits and Expections
Accountability works when you and your teen have a clear understanding of the rules.
Make sure your teen understands that all traffic laws are to be followed, what times and what places are allowed
for vehicle use, who may and who may not ride with the teen and that there is zero tolerance for any any drug or alcohol use.
The riskiest time in your teen's life is when they start driving
Most teens and many parents greatly overestimate the skill of newly licensed teen drivers.
Inexperience is the primary reason that 16-19 year olds have more accidents than every other age group combined.
Teens mistakenly assume that since they've had driver's education and passed a driver's test, they are "good" drivers.
84 % of teens admit to talking on their cell phone while driving
40% of teens admit to texting while driving
48% of teen girls admit to speeding more then 10 MPH
10% of teens admit to drinking and driving
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