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
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