So, on my local news, they just had a story about a company selling a product based on lo-jack type technology. You bolt it to your kid's car with special bolts that can't be removed.
Then, it will tell you where they are (there car is) anytime you want to hop on the web site. More intrusive, you can set a max speed, and it will email and/or page you when the car's speed exceeds that speed limit.
And, you can set geographic limits, and it will notify you if they leave the area.
And you can set times of day they are allowd to drive...
And you can set geographic area, by time of day, by allowed speed limit, by....
Part of me loves this. I'd have gotten in less trouble as a teen if my dad could have tracked my car.
Then again, it is one heck of a loss of privacy for a teen, something most teens probably don't deserve.
What y'all think?