Driving safely requires all your attention. Using your mobile phone while driving is very dangerous. There is a lot of research showing that using a handheld mobile phone while driving may increase your chance of a crash by as much as four times.
Teenagers tend to distract from the process of driving way too often nowadays. A survey shows that up to a quarter of teenagers admit to receiving and responding to text messages every time they're behind the wheel. More than 10% of drivers under the age of twenty who were involved in fatal crashes were driving distracted when the accident occurred.
With Intuiter you can prevent distraction from using mobile phone while driving by simply eliminating the option to look at the phone, while the car is in motion.
The statistics speak for themselves and keeping your teenager safe behind the wheel may take more than a stern admonition about keeping their phone off when driving. Even though teens recognize that talking or texting on a cell phone or using social media apps while driving is unsafe, they often engage in these behaviors anyway.
Beyond sharing facts and statistics about distracted driving, parents need to model safe driving behaviors by not using a cell phone - whether hands-free or hand-held - while driving (including at stoplights) and not applying makeup, fiddling with the radio, or eating when behind the wheel.