Ford announces the Nanny Key

Love this. Teens can be their own worst enemy when it comes to showing off, driving fast and generally being distracted in the car. I know not all kids are bad, but sometimes it's the taste of freedom that makes them take chances. Ford is trying to help box them in a it by introducing the Nanny Key. It's a key with a chip in it that tells the car to cap out the maximum speed at 125 km/hr and to limit the volume on the stereo. I love this. Freedom with some controls; why not? I wouldn't have refused to use this when I learned to drive. Read more at Jalopnik.

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