• Teen Driver Tracking

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GPS Tracking – Teen Driver Tracking


Our GPS tracking platform can help parents give their teens both freedom and protection. Parents can set up alerts for speed, perimeter breach and even hours of operation, and have these alerts sent automatically via text message or email.


Parents of teenagers know that it is sometimes tough to know exactly what their kids are doing with the family car. Teen tracking is often used to monitor for bad driving habits and unauthorized use so that these habits can be addressed and corrected quickly.


Business Needs:


  • Do you know where your teenage is taking the car when the leave the house?
  • Are you sure that your teenager has developed safe driving habits?
  • Do you need a way to lower your insurance costs for your teenage driver?

  • Concept: Parents who want to keep a constant eye on their teenage driver can install a GPS teen tracking device within the vehicle that their teenager uses without their knowledge. Such a solution also requires software that can pinpoint where a teenager has been based on historical data.


    Solution: Tracking a teenage driver with the TGGS GPS tracking platform gives parents an affordable, useful solution. Parents can set up custom triggers for speed, perimeter breach and even operation at an unauthorized time. All these alerts can be sent to parents automatically via text message or email. This makes it easier to make sure that teens are driving safely and responsibility.


    How: Teen drivers need instruction, attention and discipline. A GPS device such as the examples below used for teen tracking could easily give parents a useful solution to be sure that there are developing safe driving habits. Detailed reports from the TGGS report suit can alert parents to bad patterns and habits. A detailed history of all locations is stored so that parents can make sure that teenagers are not abusing their car privileges and going where they are suppose to go.


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