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Popular family tracking app GeoZilla is adding a new Driving Package to its offerings

Because we all have a little bit of a MomZilla in us.

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Today’s world is scary, doubly so if you have kids. Thankfully, technology can help ease those worries with tracking apps like GeoZilla. Now you can also add tracking your offspring’s driving habits to the list, with the new Driving Package.

With the amount of data on your kid’s driving, you can build up an overall picture of their habits. Then you can take that knowledge and add a bit more teaching on road safety, if necessary.

GeoZilla helps you micromanage your family

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The new Driving Package for GeoZilla lets even the most worry-prone parent see how their kids are on the roads. With how badly it seems people drive nowadays, isn’t the peace of mind worth it?

Now the app can track overall driving habits, such as:

  • Speeding
  • Sudden stops
  • Rapid Acceleration
  • Texting while driving
  • Crashes

It’s not just parents of kids that can benefit from the new Driving Package, how about if you’re the kid and your parents are getting elderly? Tracking their habits could just well warn of potential traffic incidents before their lifelong driving skills get impaired. That’s in addition to all of GeoZilla’s usual tracking, like real-time locations, deviations from usual routes, and more.

You can find GeoZilla on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The Driving Package is bundled in with the Premium plan, with annual and quarterly payment options available.

What do you think? Is this something you’d be interested in for you and your family? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.

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