Promoting safe driving habits
Nothing is more important than the safety of your family. That’s why Chevrolet offers Teen Driver Technology, an available built-in system that helps you coach your new driver — even when you’re not there. It lets you set a speed alert, a volume limit and more — and with the industry’s first and only in-vehicle report card, it’s easy to track your teen’s driving performance.
Showing new drivers the way
Studies have shown that teenage drivers are more likely to make poor driving decisions, such as speeding, not fastening their seat belts, or distracted driving. Chevrolet Teen Driver Technology gives parents tools to educate and counsel new drivers on important safe driving behaviors.
A hands-on teaching tool
Teen Driver offers a number of safety functionalities, from the available industry-first Buckle to Drive† feature, to muting audio until front-seat occupants are buckled to automatically turning on available active safety technologies. Plus, the in-vehicle report card shows information about your teen’s driving so you can identify potential problem areas and coach your new driver on improvements.
A helpful reminder to buckle up
Available industry-first Buckle to Drive† is designed to help young drivers remember to buckle up before hitting the road. If a driver tries to shift out of park and their seatbelt isn’t buckled, the feature won’t allow the driver to shift for 20 seconds. Plus, they’ll get audible and visual alerts too.
Technology with parental instincts
Teen Driver is easy to set up. Just enter a PIN to access the Teen Driver menu through the available Chevrolet Infotainment 3† display and register a key. When your teen drives the vehicle with a registered key, Teen Driver enables various features, including:
Set audible and visual warnings when the vehicle is traveling over a preselected speed.
Set a speed limiter that restricts the maximum vehicle speed to 85 miles per hour.
Set limit on audio volume.
Seat belt audio mute
Automatically mutes the audio until the driver and front passenger are wearing their seat belts.
Leading the competition
To help encourage safe driving habits, Chevy is the only car company to offer Teen Driver technology with an in-vehicle report on most of its models.