Safe Teen Driving Club | GPS Tracking Devices
Since 2005 the Club has worked with companies, parents, schools, non-profit organizations and public policy makers to help parents ensure a safe teen driving experience for their young drivers.
We provide parents of teen drivers with information, training tools, services and technology solutions to help them educate, mentor, manage and monitor their teen drivers. Our blog topics include Driving Safety, Teen Car Insurance, Teen GPS Tracking Devices, Parenting Teen Drivers, Legal Issues and more.
Over the years, we have also realized that these issues touch on broader safety issues that impact adults and children of all ages as they travel on our roads. We invite you to join us in making our communities safer.
The vast majority of what we talk about for teen drivers – additional training, GPS tracking devices, ongoing conversation – apply to us all. Please contact us to explore how your company, school, non-profit or city can engage and partner with us.
Recent Blog Posts
Aggressive Driving Behavior – Speeding and More
May 2, 2016
There is so much focus on distracted driving – as there should be! We are on our phones and texting, emailing, talking, tweeting and more! But we tend to hear less about the basics – speeding and related aggressive driving behavior. Yet, in 2014, there were 9,262 people who died in speeding-related crashes (28% of Continue reading
Teen Traffic Violations – Courts Getting Creative
April 12, 2016
A fine, points, guilty and off driving again with no real additional education or an understanding of how and why to adjust behavior. Teen drivers who go on to repeat violations. Shouldn’t we get more creative and resourceful in educating to avoid seeing our children back in court, or worse? Safe teen driving should be Continue reading
In Memory of Dr. Robin Kirby
Robin has been part of our family and community for close to 10 years. While saddened at losing Robin, we celebrate her life and thank her for all that she has contributed to making this a better world. Robin's contributions go way beyond her joining us on panel discussions with parents and teens, beyond the blogs she has contributed and beyond the interviews she gave to help make our communities safer. Her family, her clients and her friends knew her as the happiest, most positive and giving person you could have the joy of knowing. She wouldn't let you be down or sad, certainly not for long. She made you make your life better, either with a bit of cajoling or simply by example. Thank you Robin!