If you're an old school Autoblog reader, the technology to track a teens driving habits is nothing new. But this story from the Washington Post is interesting in that it reveals a very realistic family growing pain: teens getting behind the wheel. The story is excellently told. It fills folks in on how the technology tracks driving behavior and how it can stem risky behavior. Not a bad idea, but the drama from the lead subject of the story resonates with a bit of humor. If you can relate, come up with an alternate caption for this photo.
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