ONE
STEP
SAFETY

NEW DRIVER?
NO PROBLEM

You can’t always be in the car with your teen driver, but splitsecnd can. Don’t wait on your teen to tell you where they are, if they’re driving, and if there’s been an accident —  just check splitsecnd’s dashboard, or ask your Amazon Alexa or Google Home. It’s simply the best option for new drivers and their families.

The future is here: every car can be a smart car. Place splitsecnd into any 12V outlet and cruise confidently with location tracking, crash detection, a 24/7 emergency call center, and more.

Now featuring Amazon Alexa and Google Home integrations, making your smart car a part of your smart home. Locate family members or delivery staff, get real-time driving updates and more with simple voice commands.

Explore the possibilities splitsecnd holds for families and businesses below.

Life changes in a splitsecnd.

LIFETIME COVERAGE FOR $299

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU AND YOUR TEEN DRIVER?

SET IT & FORGET IT

splitsecnd is always there when you need it, and not relying on your teen or their cell phone battery to work. After one-step installation into any 12V port, splitsecnd’s device starts working and stays working without a cell phone.

FIND OUT FIRST

Get alerted instantly if the device detects an accident or your teen roams too far from a set boundary. Find out if emergency services have been dispatched, locate your the car, and determine if it is safe to contact your driver without having to wait to hear from them.

GO AHEAD, ASK

Is it safe to call or text your teen? Where are they parked? Find out instantly by asking your Amazon Alexa or Google Home. splitsecnd’s voice-activated integrations make it easy to join your connected home with your connected car.

SET THE GROUND RULES

Determine boundaries for your teen driver– their drive to school, the commute to their job– and get notifications if they wander. splitsecnd is your family’s partner in safety, keeping an eye out for unusual activity.

Hey Google, ask splitsecnd,
is it safe to call Jamie?

No, it is not safe to call or text. Jamie is driving.