It’s understandable for parents to be nervous about their teens behind the wheel of a car, and Chevy is doing something to relieve some of that stress. Starting this summer, the company has added what they’re calling “Teen Driver” mode to their Traverse, Malibu and Colorado models. The feature, which can be enabled on a parents key FOB, will prevent the car from shifting out of park for 20 seconds if a passenger hasn’t buckled their seat belt, and will even send them an alert as a reminder. In addition, the volume of the car radio will be lowered until the driver buckles up. Not only that, the feature will also limit the car’s maximum speed to 85, and will even issue a warning if they go faster than 40 to 75 mph.