How's My Driving Bumper Stickers Go "Online"

Falls Church, VA (PressExposure) June 21, 2011 -- You may be used to seeing the old "How's My Driving" stickers on the bumpers and rears of cars and work trucks. Usually these services require motorists to phone a toll free number to lodge their complaint.

A new service, now provides what they call a more affordable and accurate method of telling that boss when the drivers aren't behaving. utilizes detailed online messaging systems that allow concerned observers to send complaints or compliments directly to the vehicles owner or operator. A spokesman for tells us that their system has several advantages. For one, human error is removed by cutting out the live operator. Live operator are great, but sometimes are unable to transcribe or relay information accurately. With an online form, allows subscribers to see the exact words of the person filing the report.

Second, by eliminating the live operator, the driving report system is less expensive and available to more people. is available at about half of what many of the other driving alert companies charge.

Thirdly, by using an easy to recall web address ( instead of a phone number, and vehicle codes that are limited to three characters, motorists are more apt to remember and file reports instead of having to write down lenghty phone and vehicle numbers.

And finally, discourages further unsafe operation by not tempting motorists to use a cell phone to file that report while driving- a violation of state law in many jurisdictions.

A great way to increase driver awareness and avoid the costs that can come with accidents. traffic fines or driver turnover. is available in the United States and Canada. Recommended for all types of service and transportation related industries included tourbus and shuttle services, medical transport, delivery, messenger, logistics and much much more.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 21, 2011 at 6:34 pm
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