A teenager behind the wheel is scary enough –a distracted one is dangerous. When my son is using his GPS map, I want to know he’s doing it hands-free and voice-activated.
My world doesn’t stop moving when I get in the car. I have to stay connected to keep up. I’m tired of looking down when I should be looking up. This juggling act needs to stop.
I’m command-central for my drivers and responsible for getting them home safely each night. I want to communicate information to them in a way that’s safe and keeps them focused on the road.