A new report takes a look at some of the apps that drivers who just can’t stop themselves from texting and driving might be able to take advantage of. First up is TextLimit, a website that allows subscribers to control exactly what phone functions are allowed at the wheel and at what speed. DriveSafe.ly aims to allow the driver to communicate with text senders by way of reading incoming messages aloud to the driver. In the meantime, an auto-response is sent to the texter. Textecution targets parents of teenage drivers and allows an administrator to set a password in order to allow texting function while driving. Until that password is entered, the teen driver won’t be able to text so long as their vehicle travels more than ten miles per hour.
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