Del Ray Beach, October 21—DriveAlert, the mobile app company that’s putting an end to distracted driving among teens and others (www.drivealertnow.com) has launched a brand new website that offers a revolutionary new app. The app works by disabling texting, emails and phone calls whenever the phone is in a moving vehicle.
“We know that nearly half of all teens text and email while driving and 11 of those children die every day,” said CEO Steve Berman “We aim to stop teenage distracted driving in its tracks with the DriveAlert app. By installing the Drive Alert app on their children’s smart phones, parents can rest assured their children cannot answer the phone, text, or email while they are in a car,” he explained. “Simply put, it puts and end to distracted driving,” he said.
The DriveAlert app, which holds all texts and sends calls to voice mail, also sends a custom auto-reply to incoming texts. “A mobile app to prevent teens texting while driving is long overdue,” said Berman. By installing this password-protected app on their children’s phones, they’ll make their children better—and safer—drivers.”
The DriveAlert app allows the user to make 911 and designated emergency calls. It also sends real time emergency alerts to parents if the app is ever overridden. It can also be set with speed limit alerts.. To learn more about how DriveAlert can stop teens texting while driving visit, http://www.drivealertnow.com
DriveAlert was developed by Protext Mobility. This patent-pending smart phone application is designed around Protext’s proprietary messaging platform which offers a number of solutions to the consumer as well as enterprise customers. DriveAlert gives parents the assurance that their children are not texting, phoning or otherwise distracted by their smartphone while in a moving vehicle. The app is available for Android phones at GooglePlay and at the iTunes Store for iPhones. For more information about DriveAlert, visit http://www.drivealertnow.com