The Chevrolet Brand strives to make its vehicles some of the safest on the roadways. With your precious cargo inside, we understand that the parents of our youngest passengers want their kids to be safe.

The fatal crash rate for 16-19 year old drivers is three times higher than drivers 20 and over. In order to combat these startling statistics, Chevy has implemented a special driving mode in the new 2016 Chevy Malibu. Read on to learn more about this new feature…


Teen Driving Mode enables all of Chevy safety features, such as lane departure warning, forward collision assist and mutes the radio until seat-belts have been buckled. Teen Driving Mode also alerts the driver if he or she exceeds a preset limit.

After the teen is finished driving, the Chevy Malibu provides parents with a driving report card, showing how the teen navigated the roadways.

Chevrolet is working hard to create a safer driving experience for it’s passengers. In the future, we hope to see more manufacturers adopting similar safety features. To see the Teen Driving Mode in action, watch the video below.

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