Saturday, January 03, 2009

New Car Key Jams Teen Drivers' Cell Phones

Science Daily (Jan. 3, 2009) — University of Utah researchers have developed an automobile ignition key that prevents teenagers from talking on cell phones or sending text messages while driving.


The university has obtained provisional patents and licensed the invention – Key2SafeDriving – to a private company that hopes to see it on the market within six months at a cost of less than $50 per key plus a yet-undetermined monthly service fee.



Car Key Jams Teen Drivers' Cell Phones

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