Service solicits motorists' complaints about teens' driving

05/3/2004 | Newsweek

For $79.95, parents can sign up for a service that registers their vehicles and issues How's My Driving?-style bumper stickers with a toll-free number. When the company receives a complaint about a teen's irresponsible driving, it alerts the parents by phone and e-mail within five seconds.

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