The first year of driving is the most dangerous year of a teen’s life. But it doesn’t have to be for yours.

The first year of driving is the most dangerous year of a teen’s life.
But it doesn’t have to be for yours.

Autobeacon is a comprehensive device + app solution that helps you maintain peace of mind and make sure that your teen is driving safely by monitoring and preventing all common aspects of dangerous and distracted teen driving.

Find out how

Benefits of Autobeacon

Monitor Passenger Restrictions

Set the max number of passengers and get notifications with a picture if there are more in the car.

Monitor
Cellphone Use

Get real time notifications if your teen is using their phone while driving.

Monitor Speeding & Reckless Driving

Set a limit above the posted speed limit an get notifications if your driver exceeds that limit

Location, Routes and Boundaries

See the real time location of the driver and vehicle and get notifications about entry/exit from certain areas.

Monitor
Seatbelt Use

Get notifications if the driver or front passenger is not wearing their seatbelt, get a picture to confrim

Safe
Navigation

The driver has access to turn by turn navigation right in the app - which only alows handling when the car isn't moving.

Monitor Curfew & Nighttime Driving

Set a night time interval and get notification of driving during this time.

Monitor Loud Music

Get notifications if the driver is blasting the music.

Monitor Drinking and Driving

Get the premium package with bluetooth breathalyzer and make sure your driver doesn't drink and drive.

Interior Notification
Cam

Have the option to get a picture of the interior of the car with all notifications.

DashCam
Recordings

View a recording of the last 45 seconds before an sharp deceleration or accident.

Tamper
Resistant

Get notifications if the teen tries to tamper with the system.

What is Autobeacon?

Autobeacon is as close as you’ll come to being in the car with your teen as they start driving independently.

It's a patented state-of-the-art solution to encourage safe driving and Graduated Driving Law (GDL) compliance while respecting teen driver privacy.

While laws do help reduce crashes, 90% of young drivers break driving laws and restrictions on a regular basis. This results in thousands of deaths, hundreds of thousands of injuries and around $35 billion in medical, legal and property damage annually in the young driver age group.

"Highway fatalities last year recorded the largest annual percentage increase in 50 years. And the numbers this year are even worse. In the first six months of 2016, highway deaths jumped 10.4%."(National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)

You remember being a first-time driver. Did you take risks or disobey laws? Were you reckless at times?

Now it’s time for your child to start driving on their own.

It’s scary, right?

How do you benefit from Autobeacon?

How it works.

 
Autobeacon ships with everything you need.
Easily mount the bracket on the dashboard and place the beacon in the car.
Download the iPhone App.
Android and Online apps coming soon.
Done!
You'll receive detailed notifications if restrictions are not followed by your new driver.
 

Quotes & Research

89.2% of teen drivers get into a car accident during the first 3 years of driving.
52.5% of teen drivers get into 2 accidents during the first 3 years of driving.
“One of the most effective strategies of in-vehicle monitoring technology in reducing risky behaviors of teen drivers is to employ systems that are designed to report driving behaviors directly to parents”
“Some teens will rebel against it, but a lot of teens will understand that they don’t have the experience and this can be used to increase their safety.”
“Available research has largely shown that in-vehicle monitoring technologies have the potential to reduce the crash risk, as well as engagement in risky behaviors by young and novice drivers.”
“If I were paying for my own insurance I wouldn’t mind obeying the rules making sure that the system didn’t go off to be able to get lower insurance rates.”