Monday, July 12, 2010

Parental Controls Follows Teens to the Car - Family and Child Online Safety Blog - SafetyClicks

Parental Controls Follows Teens to the Car

The 2010 Ford Focus has a new feature that is designed for the new teen driver. More specifically, the parent of the new teen driver.

The "MyKey Safety System" allows you to assign a key to individuals. The key has a chip that tells the car which driver is in the car and sets specific safety features such as a seat belt reminder, a reduced top volume for the audio system, and what is sure to be the parental favorite, a device that limits the top speed.

Would features such as these encourage you to buy a Ford Focus for your teen driver? What do you think about this kind of parental control?

1 comment:

Mike said...

I would definitely love to buy Ford Focus for my son if these features are there. I would suggest to install the finger print system at the startup of the engine to identify the driver

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