No teenager, or adult for that matter will willingly opt for a car key that prevents their cell phone from working. Utah University thinks otherwise, though. They’ve invented a car key that communicates with your cell phone. When the key is extended from the device, it emits a signal to your celly rendering it useless. They’re calling it Key2SafeDribving and apparently a private company has licensed the tech.
So what happens if you get in an accident and can only reach your phone?