Tattling on Teen Drivers

By: Meghan Dwyer Email
By: Meghan Dwyer Email

If you've ever watched a teen driver and wanted to call their parents...now you can. It's called Tell On Me.

For $10 a month you can enroll your teen driver. Tell On Me will send you a bumper sticker for the car. A 24-hour answering service fields complaints and then automatically emails parents.

According to the national highway traffic safety administration car crashes are the leading cause of death among teens ages 13 to 19.

That's part of the reason Sterling resident Donald Czyzyk started the program in Illinois.

"We want other drivers on the road to report unsafe driving, people that are speeding in and out of lanes, people that are speeding down the road, talking on cell phones, texting, if they see a car full of teenagers, anything that's unsafe and dangerous to a teen driving that could cause a fatal accident," Cztzyk says.

More more information, visit www.tellonme.org.

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