I personaly would hate it- but what if they make the savings too good to miss /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif Coming soon for young drivers and no doubt for rest eventually. click here for full YOUNG drivers are to be offered cheaper insurance if they agree to have a speed-monitoring device that records every occasion they break the limit installed in their cars. The device, which uses a satellite tracking system combined with a digital map of speed limits, measures the vehicles speed every eight seconds and checks it against the local limit. The information is transmitted to the insurer, which will issue warning letters if a driver persistently exceeds the limit. The scheme uses the three strikes and out principle, with cover withdrawn when a driver triggers a third warning letter. Teenage drivers will save an average of £400 a year.