New service helps parents track teen drivers
Parents have a new way to keep tabs on their teen's driving habits, it's called 'Teen Grasshopper.'
Parents can link their phone numbers to a toll free number listed on a car decal, which asks "How's my driving?" It allows a concerned driver to call the 1-800 number to let mom and dad know what's going on.
The service costs just $7 a month
Take ABC13 with you!
Download our free apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices
- Fresno cop investigated for auto theft, drugs
- Community bands together for Officer Jon Linzey
- High court upholds Delta Smelt protection
- Man who woke up inside body bag dies
- Man missing near Shaver Lake found alive and well
- More than 400 guns were seized in SoCal
- Family headed to DC for father's Medal of Honor
- Valley Sikhs speak out on bullying report
- Police fight spike in Tower District crime
- Peach Blossom Festival growing each year
- Merced authorities see rise in honey oil explosions
- Musical mavericks make waves
- Pet Adoption of the Week: Lady Bug
- Fallout from Target's data breach