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Hondas can now teach your teens how to drive more safely

Honda wants to put big brother in your car.

The good kind of big brother, the one that looks out for you.

The automaker has launched a new Driver Coaching app that can give teens and other new drivers helpful tips to improve their safety skills behind the wheel.

The app is currently only available to Apple iPhone users and displayed on the infotainment system screen through Apple CarPlay smartphone integration.

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The app has instructional videos with tips on safer driving. (Honda)

The app gives real-time visual and audio feedback to tell drivers if they’re braking or accelerating too hard, or steering too abruptly, and keeps track of the data to provide a score at the end of a drive.

It also has a library of instructional videos that it can recommend based on the driver’s performance, which can also be browsed and viewed at any time.

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An Android-based version of the app that works through the vehicles’ Android Auto smartphone integration is in development and will be available in 2024.

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