Technology is everything in current generation. A group of 30 teen aged students will be given the problem and allowed to develop technological solution on texting while driving during the “Chevy Hack Lab” in Detroit.
Teens from 13 to 18-year-old are selected to discover creative solutions and celebrate their uninhibited ingenuity.
The teens are from China, India, U.S, South Korea, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Dubai and Israel. The solutions will be judged by their peers with the best being named hack-a-thon winner.
Chevrolet global executives will be part of a team of panelists participating in the event. Texting while driving is illegal in many communities across the United States.
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