How Does Chevrolet Teen Driver Work?
When your teen takes the wheel, you want to teach them safe, responsible driving habits. Luckily, your Chevy comes with Teen Driver mode, which can help you set safety restrictions and monitor your young driver’s habits. Here’s a look at what Chevrolet Teen Driver has to offer.
Buckle to drive: Unless the driver is buckled up, the vehicle won’t shift out of park for 20 seconds. It also uses audio-visual alerts to remind your teen to buckle up.
Speed warning: This feature allows you to set a maximum speed. The vehicle will display visual and audio alerts if that speed limit is breached.
Speed limiter: With this setting, you can prevent your teen from going over the speed limit of your choice, with a maximum of 85 mph.
Volume limit: A blaring stereo can be distracting to a new driver. Teen Driver mode lets you establish a maximum volume limit.
Seat belt audio mute: If you’re looking for a way to make sure your teen buckles up, enable this rule. Unless your teen and their front passenger buckle up, Teen Driver will mute the stereo.
Better yet, Chevrolet Teen Driver is convenient. All you have to do is register your preferred Teen Driver settings to your teen’s key fob. That way, you won’t have to manually disable the settings each time you want to crank up the volume.
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