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Steering teen drivers to the straight and narrow

Anne London (left) and Deborah Smith were inspired by Smith's husband's run-in with a teen driver last fall. Anne London (left) and Deborah Smith were inspired by Smith's husband's run-in with a teen driver last fall. (Zara Tzanev for the Boston Globe)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / August 12, 2008

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When Austin Smith drives his Mercedes wagon, he knows that he's being watched. If he speeds, tailgates, or drives recklessly, drivers can alert his parents by dialing a toll-free number on his bumper sticker that reads "HOW'S MY TEEN DRIVING?" (Full article: 808 words)

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