Originally posted by nbcrusader
To what extent is there a "right to privacy" while driving on a public road? Is it just the contents of your vehicle, or does it extend to how you use your vehicle (ie, driving in excess of posted speed limits)?
You make the decision to speed. If you speed you may or may not get caught. Teenagers are not the only ones to speed. If you believe your child to be "adult" enough to drive on their own then you should believe your child adult enough to make their own decisions about speeding. And why would to want to track where your child is going. Are you afraid they may go somewhere you don't want them to? Once again if you believe them to be adult enough...
I've said it before, if parents feel they need this, maybe they should question their parenting skills.