When you see your teen sons or daughters go outside driving their cars or motorbikes, it’s really a matter of worries then! We all want to keep safe our children, want to keep our eyes on them as much as we can. Due to the technological advancement of mobile apps, now it’s not so hard to know where your children are going and what things they are doing. There are some brilliant apps that can help you to keep your eyes on your children easily for better protection of them.
So, let’s check these helpful smartphone apps below …
1. NYC Corp Road & Driver Safety
Road & Driver Safety mobile app developed by Not Your Child Corp and designed & planned with the help of road safety & breathalyzer professionals. It’s one of the most innovative driver safety apps for especially teen drivers. You can check your BRAC to know your driving conditions before start driving. Because in matters of life and death, hindsight is just too late!
The app has options to purchase personal breathalyzers at a discount, get free service alerts, and win free breathalyzers staying in the know of legal road limits world-wide. The breathalyzers are also available for wholesale business and corporate events. As well as, they have a calibration option, so you can register your personal breathalyzer here for service updates and submit your breathalyzer for re-calibration instead of throwing that away. Overall, NYC Corp Road & Driver Safety app is a must-have app for teen drivers!
2. Drivesafe.ly Pro
A nice helpful app when turned on, it allows totally hands-free operation of the user’s smartphone. It lets you read and send emails and texts using only your voice while driving on street. For teen drivers, this may still be a bit of a distraction yet it is far safer than taking their eyes off the road or their hands off from the wheel to engage in communication with their phone.
Allowing hands-free operation of cell phone while driving is the main function of this app and it does what it promises. Drivesafe is compatible with Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry, so whatever device you use, no problem. It’s not free, however, it has a free trial period, after that, you’ll need to subscribe to $13.95/year; or family plans for $34.95/year.
3. Drive Smart
Drive Smart is a fantastic application that carefully developed to prevent distractions while driving. It has a free basic version and a monthly paid plan (Plus Version – $4.99/month). With the basic version of it, you can set your phone to drive mode while driving and once it’s set, all incoming calls will be stored directly to voicemail, and all incoming texts will be muted and an automatic response will be sent to the sender.
On the other hand, with the Plus version, you’ll be able to detect when the owner of the cell phone is in a moving vehicle and automatically enacts the program. As well, passengers using smartphones can also override the drive mode and when it happens, parents can be notified when the override is used.
MamaBear is one of the best safety apps for those parents who wish to keep a very close eye on their children and their cell phone use. The main aim of this free app is that to lets you monitor your child’s actions and driving speeds. It allows you easily see where their children go and where they are at all times through GPS tracking.
Besides that, it sends automatically sends notifications when children arrive at or leave pre-set places, also enables parents to see their children’s social media interactions. Moreover, the app alerts parents if anytime children exceed pre-set speeds while driving. Overall, MamaBear is a very useful app for parents to prevent bad happenings and protect their children.
DriveScribe is our last pick on this list which is often called “Safe Driving Coach” and developed to monitors teen driving and reward safe driving habits. The app is free to use and helps you monitor driving techniques used by your teen and awards safe-driving scores and points at the end of the trip. So your teen can accumulate the points and redeem them for Amazon or other major retailer gift cards. As a result, your teen can build a safe driving habit step by step. Very interesting!