At the click of a button, your teen can silently let you know their GPS location and if they’re safe, scared, or in an emergency. Plus, Instinct has Check-ins, Step Tracking, Ring Me, and more, so they’ll love using it and having it by their side, every day.
There's also the device in iPhones that tells you where the person is, not sure what that's called but I've always thought it was weird and intrusive, and there's a device called Hub that you plug into your car that has settings that can alert parents when a teen has driven the car beyond boundaries set by parents.
I saw a movie set in the 80s the other day, and it had a tragic ending where both teens in love ran away separately - one from home and the other escaping a drug dealer who was trying to kill him, and it struck me that neither one would be able to track the other down. No cell phones, no street address, no email. Strange how we're venturing (have ventured, really) into a place where we're constantly being monitored. And if society ever evolves into self-driving cars only, how the heck can anyone ever go anywhere without telling the world where they are or where they're headed? I don't like that.
Last Edit: Dec 11, 2018 11:13:04 GMT -5 by celawson