AAA has unveiled a safe driving device that allows parents to set driving parameters such as speed, geographic boundaries and curfews for teen drivers.
The new on-board system uses wireless technology to pinpoint a car's location.
If the parameters are broken, parents will receive an email or text message.
While some have voiced "Big Brother" concerns, AAA says the device isn't about parents spying on their children.
To them, it's about safety.
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