As the father of four daughters, I'm SO going to buy one of these real-time GPS tracking devices when my progeny start driving. Hell, if the technology's there, I'm going for a skin implant. OK, I'm a little freaked by the idea that anyone can slip a matchbook-sized somethingorother into my car and know where I am in real time. But I guess that horse left the barn in, what, 1984? Anyway, students of psychology might enjoy this little testimonial from AnyTrack's website: "Our son is a new driver. The car has a curfew. When he was late one night and not answering his cell phone, we were very concerned. We were able to log on and see that he took the car out of town and went to a concert that was not allowed. We knew for a fact that he was there and as a result of that knowledge, we were able to restrict the car use until he became more responsible. The Any Track unit is easily hidden in the vehicle. It is not very big so it is easy to hide. I like being able to keep track of our car and know that he is where he says he will be." Anyone know if jammers for teens have hit the internet yet?
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