hum Makes Driving Safer, Smarter for Teens {& Their Parents!}

This is a sponsored post. All opinions expressed are mine.

We’re on our second teen driver in the house. T has had his license close to 18 months now and M has had her permit nearly six months. In another half a year, we’ll have another teen driver.


So many people think that makes our lives so much easier.

And it does. But it doesn’t.

Because we try not to depend on our kids to get other kids places and also because we WORRY.

Where are they going? Who are they with? When will they be back? Umm, do they really know how to get there?

That sort of stuff.

Enter hum.


{Which by the way isn’t even just made for teens but for ALL drivers!}

hum is a tool and app that monitors everything related to the vehicle.

Speed, distance, GPS.


By connecting part of hum to your dash and downloading their free app, you are in the know at all times about the vehicle. {And when I say connecting to your dash, that is really it. Once that was in, we were set and everything else was accessible via my phone app.}


Can’t remember where you parked? No worries. Want to find out how fast junior is going on the side roads? You got it.


One perk I really like is that it tracks your data like your mpg and your driving habits so when you are thinking about making a road trip you can use that data to estimate what your approximate costs will be. I mean, do we live in the future or what?

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hum also has special features to make driving safer and the ability to call for help or roadside assistance distraction free.


The investment to own hum and have it’s monthly service {currently exclusively available through Verizon} is low.

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Because the value is high.

Having peace of mind about your auto health, speed, safety, location? All in all hum could be a game changer for many families with teenagers.

Do you have experience with teenage drivers? What has brought you peace of mind as they start driving and venturing away from home? 


  1. I love this. Hopefully other providers will jump on the bandwagon. This is something I would like for the future driver.