On Monday, Ford Motor Co. unveiled a key system that allows parents to limit how fast their teens can drive, how loud they can blare the car stereo and even make sure they wear seatbelts.
Dubbed "MyKey," the technology is slated to debut next year as a standard feature on the 2010 Ford Focus compact and will quickly become standard on many other Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles.
Advertisement"Teens are probably the riskiest drivers," said Sue Cischke, group vice president of sustainability, environment and safety engineering at Ford. "MyKey helps parents encourage their teens to drive safely."
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