The Chevy app uses family guilt to suppress distressed driving

If a holiday tells us something as a society, intimate guilt is a wonderful way to make people do something people do not want to do. Chevy wants to take advantage of this human nature fact to suppress driving that distracted by the "Call Me Out" application for Android.

Strange, is that so? But it is effective if you can align some things. This application uses built-in GPS and accelerometer to detect movement of more than 5 miles per hour. When this is detected, you will read messages recorded by friends and family.

There is only one problem. The mobile phone is the same as playing a voice message to tell you not to see it and not to think about an elephant. What is the first thing you do? Think about the phone and perhaps look at it. Still, it may just be ironic.

Tricia Morrow said, "Today's vehicles have a variety of active safety features such as lane keep assist and forward automatic braking, Chevy's safety engineer." But we only have one vehicle "The Chevy Call Me Out application provides a great tool for enhancing driver's good driving behavior. Teenage girl, I encourage others to do the same. "

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