Phone Use In Motion Prevention
No Teen Texting & Driving
- PROTECT YOUR CHILD EVEN WHEN YOU ARE NOT AROUND
- Teknekk’s No Teen Texting & Driving Prevention is a vital feature to protect teenagers while they are involved in activities that require an awareness of their surroundings. Unfortunately, many young drivers take their eyes off the road while texting, or browsing.
Common teenager distracted driving scenarios:
- Uncontrollable urges to browse social media sites
- Sending text messages
- Taking photos and selfies
- Video chatting with friends
- Making phone calls
No Teen Texting While Driving Prevention
Prevent Distracted Teen Driving
Teknekk’s No Teen Texting While Driving Prevention is a vital feature to protect teenagers while they are involved in activities that require an awareness of their surroundings. Unfortunately, many young drivers take their eyes off the road while texting or browsing. Whether they are texting a friend a quick “lol” or taking a “selfie”, every second that they are not focused on the road is a second that could end in a tragic automobile accident. Not only can your child wind-up seriously injured, or worse, but they could also be responsible for the injury of others. This can be a truly traumatic experience for everyone involved, which is why using Teknekk’s No Teen Texting While Driving feature is the perfect solution.
Even if you have a mature teenager who is generally responsible, it doesn’t mean they are immune from the temptation to check their social media app, or take a quick photo opportunity. The Teknekk No Teen Texting While Driving Prevention feature will block texting and browsing while driving, and keep teens focus on the road!
How Does No Teen Texting While Driving Work?
This feature disables phone use after the phone reaches 7 mph or more. When the car comes to a stop, the screen unblocks. As such, teenagers cannot browse or text when driving a car — a privilege and important responsibility that deserve their undivided attention.
For safety, the “Call Mom, Call Dad, and Emergency Call” feature is enabled while the phone is blocked. Apps like Maps or Waze can be unblocked to allow navigation while driving. Our Teen Texting While Driving Prevention feature is designed for parents to help prevent high-speed auto accidents, and to protect their children from fatal and catastrophic injuries. Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death for 16 to 24-year-olds, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration.