Bouncie Keeps Families and Caregivers Connected with Senior Drivers

William Gallahue
Apr 1 · 2 min read

Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean a person’s driving days are over. Every day more than 10,000 people turn 65 in the United States (Source: Census Bureau), and people are living longer healthier lives. However, family members and caregivers need to prepare for the day when it will be necessary to have “the talk” with a senior family member about his or her driving abilities.

The Bouncie smart-device and smartphone app can help families and caregivers collect useful information about driving habits and vehicle maintenance. This information can be used to develop a plan of action for assessing and monitoring the driving skills of a senior driver.

Bouncie’s location-based features give families and caregivers peace of mind that they can stay connected with their senior drivers and easily locate them if they ever get lost, or their vehicle has a breakdown.

The Bouncie smart-device plugs into the On-Board Diagnostics port (OBD) of a vehicle, through which the smartphone app provides a clean, simple way to view the information it retrieves. Families and caregivers can access useful information and features such as:

Because the Bouncie app is on the family member’s phone, they can receive proactive alerts and reminders rather than relying on a senior parent to activate anything on their side.

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