Chevrolet has also created technology that alerts drivers to wear their seat belts.
The new feature, called Buckle To Drive, will keep a driver from putting the car in gear until their seat belt is fastened.
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It's built into Chevy's Teen Driver mode and, when activated, will provide a physical and audible alert when the seat belt is not in use.
Buckling your seat belt is the number one action drivers can take to protect themselves during a crash, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
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