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AIG is seeking to lower accident rates of teen drivers by teaming with MobileTeenGPS to introduce a program designed to help parents supervise the younger motorists in the family.

According to AIG, the program calls for the installation of a global positioning system in vehicles that teens will be driving. The technology allows parents to monitor the location and driving behaviors of the teen’s car via the web or cell phone, and it automatically sends parents an e-mail or text message if the car goes over pre-defined speed limits or goes out of allowed locations.

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