Now, several car manufacturers want to stop the trend of distracted teen driving. The new Chevy Malibu has many features you’d expect in a mid-size sedan, and a few you might not. “The moment I unbuckle my seatbelt the music stops,” Chevrolet’s Chad Lyons explained. It’s part of a system called ‘Teen Driver.’ Parents can also set a maximum speed limit, teens get a warning if they surpass it. Ford’s ‘My Key’ has several similar settings. Hyundai’s ‘Blue Link’ will send parents a text if their child drives too far from home. AAA’s Robert Sinclair Jr. said the features can save lives. “Car crashes kill approximately 2,600 teens a year and injure 130,000,” he said. In the Malibu, parents can also view a report card showing how far their child drove, the top speed, and if there were any near collisions.