Devices lower risky teen driving

Despite safe-driving boost, trackers slow to catch on

Posted: November 4, 2013 at 3:23 a.m.

When Chloe Olier, a student at Central High School in Brookfield, Wis., started driving earlier this summer, her parents Dany and Virginie installed a DriveCam, a monitoring device that records video whenever she makes driving mistakes.

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Business, Pages 23 on 11/04/2013


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