(WICHITA, Kan.) —
Keeping an eye on your teen's driving is going social.
A dad in Florida has come up with an app so others can tell you how your child is doing behind the wheel.
You register the car's license plate, then get bumper stickers that ask "How is my kid driving?" People with the Push Text app can punch in the tag number and let you know what they see.
The program's been going since last month, and while many like the idea, others think it encourages the dangerous practice of texting while driving. Read more about it here and let me know what you think.