TEEN DRIVER MODE
When it comes to keeping your child safe, GM has your back, understanding how nerve-wracking it can be to let your child independently navigate the roads. To provide parents with greater peace of mind, GM offers Teen Driver Technology.

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 WHAT IS TEEN DRIVER TECHNOLOGY?
Teen Driver Technology is an available built-in system in most GM vehicles that can help coach your teen driver as they learn to become better drivers. The system is especially useful for the times that you're not in the car with them.

The system allows you to set certain alerts, including a speed alert and a volume alert, and set certain limits, like a speed limiter to 85 mph and a seat belt audio mute setting. It also provides an in-vehicle report card at the end of the drive, which is the first of its kind in the auto industry and allows you to track your teen's driving habits and performance and provide feedback as necessary.
 HOW DO YOU SET IT UP?
To set up Teen Driver Mode, enter a pin on the Chevrolet MyLink display and register a key. From there, you can set various settings that are activated with the use of that particular key.

 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TEEN DRIVER TECHNOLOGY?
Teen Driver Technology helps curb your teen driver's less-than-safe habits. For instance, only 61% of teen drivers wear their seatbelts when they have a passenger in the car, and about 93% play their music in a loud and distracting manner. They are also more likely to drive over the speed limit. Teen Driver Technology allows parents to mitigate such habits and help teen drivers make wiser decisions while behind the wheel.

The Teen Driver in-vehicle report card provides a comprehensive overview of your teen's driving, listing out various stats to help you identify potential areas of improvements. For instance, the report card includes how many "overspeed warnings" the driver received as well as how many "forward collision alerts."