CellSentry has created a way to lower those incidents with a new app, available for iPhone and Android users. Using state-of-the-art GPS technology, the app detects when the speed of your vehicle reaches 10mph and activates.
We are aware that it’s extremely dangerous to text while driving – but we do it anyway because sometimes it seems necessary (especially during small emergencies) and it’s simply tempting. We certainly don’t want our kids to do it. So why not make a New Year’s resolution to stop this dangerous, illegal texting and driving practice and look at some alternatives.
Ready to practice “safe texting” in your car?
1. UTILIZE SIRI – Personal assistant apps can do the dialing or texting for you. But no Googling!
2. GO HANDS FREE – Buy a charging cradle for your cell phone to place on your car dashboard. Costing just $10 on average, they’re a cheap way to lower your risk of an accident.
3. USE PRE-LOADED RESPONSES – Many car makers install pre-loaded technology in their cars like a hands-free text messaging assistant that can read text messages aloud and respond with stored responses, using voice-recognition technology. Know what your car is equipped with before you hit the road.
4. JUST WAIT UNTIL YOU GET THERE – Though useful, hands-free texting is still not as safe as simply waiting until you’ve pulled over to text.
- Eliminates texting and reading emails while driving
- Safely stay connected while reducing distracted driving
- Keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road
- Application can be easily personalized
- Unique Admin (Parent) app for easy management with the Enhanced version
CellSentry offers three different packages and levels of protection.
Texting and driving can be dangerous. This app can help keep you safe and can be used in your parenting to keep your teenage driver safe as well!
CellSentry apps start as low as $0.99 per month.
With CellSentry your safety comes first. This means that 911 is always available for your use.