Tracking vehicles for legitimate business purposes not a violation of employee privacy
There is no greater test of a parent’s trust than when they first allow their teenage child to take the car out on their own. Not only are parents left to worry about the safety of their child and the physical integrity of their vehicle, but they must also consider the potential liability of having their child share the streets with others.
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