The goal of the program: to protect teenage drivers and promote safe driving habits.
The GoTellMom program is designed to protect your child, while correcting & preventing bad driving habits early, helping to reduce accidents and injury to your child and others.
In a recent press release by Go TellMom:
With the GoTellMom.com program, parents register online and receive a "How's My Teen's Driving?" bumper sticker with a unique privacy protected identification number. If a fellow driver or witness observes unsafe driving habits by the teen, they can call or visit GoTellMom.com to report the incident using the 4 digit code on the bumper sticker. GoTellMom.com will then send a detailed email report notifying the parents.
Studies show that commercial vehicles utilizing "How's My Driving" stickers reported a 20% decrease in accidents and traffic violations.
By placing the GoTellMom.com sticker on a teen's car, parents have taken a proactive step towards preventing bad driving habits, ultimately keeping their teens safe.
Whether it is speeding, texting while driving, a taillight out or just careless teen driving - the community can call or report to GoTellMom.com, and the teen's parent will instantly be notified. If teen drivers know that the community is watching and at any time a report can be made, then safe driving will become a priority.
Launched in 2010, GoTellMom.com is a proactive way for parents and the community to monitor teen drivers and moreover help correct bad driving habits early. For more information, please visit www.GoTellMom.com.