Assuming a gadget were available to track vehicle location, hours of operation, driver behavior and conditions inside a car, such as the number of passengers, a survey from found 81.3 percent of respondents would require people with a DUI conviction to use a monitoring device; 62.9 percent would require monitoring of teenagers; and 35.8 percent said all drivers should be monitored.

"Drivers are very willing to put technology in someone else’s car in order to bring down the hammer on bad driving," said Des Toups, managing editor of "But they don’t like charging more for things not really related to driving, like bad credit."

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