Jaideep and Sandhya Jain, the inventors of the smarter driving app
A couple in California prepared for the first driving session of their son, without thinking to accompany him while he was driving. Jaideep and Sandhya Jain invented a gadget that is installed in the car and that transmits data via Bluetooth.
Using an accelerometer, Truvolo monitors how the car’s speed increases and also how many time you hit the brakes. Also, using the GPS on the phone of the driver, the Truvulo smart driving app can offer data at any time regarding where the car is located. This is really nice for when you don’t remember where you parked and this is especially convening for mall parking, because most of the time you simply forget. I know I do.
The family of Indian immigrants decided to focus on developing gadgets after graduating from Kansas State University.
Will this smart driving app make teens become safer drivers? Probably this is the question you are all asking yourselves, before deciding to invest $ 99. We’re not sure if that will happen, but it will give parents a sense of control. Driving is a great responsibility and we all know that teens tend to push the acceleration too much when they see themselves alone on the road. With the help of Truvolo, you can “see” exactly how your kid is doing behind the wheel and you can step in and explain the dangers of speeding or you can start accompanying him while he is driving.
Would you buy Truvolo?