NEW! Chevy Records Teens Driving, Promptly Shows Their Parents

Big Brother is here and watching your every move, especially if you're a teenager driving a 2017 Chevrolet vehicle. Parents stress about the responsible driving habits of their teens, so Chevrolet gave teens an opportunity to test-drive a car, not realizing they were being videoed.

Naturally, the driving habits of each teen were less than stellar. One copped to having a few speeding tickets, while another was shouting out the window at pedestrians. If they could, the parents would probably disown them.

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, Camaro, Colorado, Cruze, Malibu, Silverado, Silverado HD, Suburban, Tahoe and Volt come with Teen Driver, a nonsubscription-based service that keeps a record of the teen's driving. Parents can find out the distance driven, speed, tailgating alerts, if any, and antilock braking events.

Just so the teens didn't feel bad, the parents were filmed test-driving cars, as well and their parents came to watch the results. Commonwealth//McCann created the campaign.



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