Top iPhone Apps for Drivers

1. AroundMe

AroundMe lets you find points of interest in your area. The app is simple, yet effective. You can quickly find coffee shops, gas stations, hospitals, hotels, bars, banks, and even Apple retail stores. What’s around you? Find out with AroundMe!


2. Waze

The iPhone app helps you to avoid those roads which are full of cars. It is an outstanding GPS social navigation app that provides you up-to-the-second traffic information from other people who are actually out on the roads with you. It collects information from driver’s phones, screening how fast people are going, and even permits drivers to send messages about detours, slow-downs, and all kinds of other bumps in the road.


3. Zipcar

Access the world’s largest car-sharing service via an easy-to-use app! The Zipcar app allows users to register with the service and rent a zipcar for anything from a trip to the shops to a couple of days drive up the coast. Cars can be picked up from various city locations and dropped off again in another designated area.


4. RepairPal

Whether it’s an auto emergency, a roadside breakdown, or just a small problem, RepairPal can help. The award winning RepairPal app tells you the right price to pay for your repair, finds you a great mechanic in the area, tracks all your repairs, and gives you one-touch access to roadside assistance.


5. Speed Box Free

SpeedBox Lite is a free Speedometer for your iPhone. See your speed in km/or mph and switch between different modern and classical speedometer graphics. The Lite version uses the exact same refined algorithms, that make our commercial GPS products so accurate.


6. AAA Mobile

Few services are more vital for any driver than the American Automobile Association. And every parent should make sure his or her teen driver is covered by it. Not only does the app provide all the services on offer by AAA, but it also comes with a database of maps and even current gas prices.


7. Beat the Jam

Beat the Jam is the easiest way to enjoy a hassle-free commute in the USA and Canada. Quickly check the latest road traffic conditions in your area and discover the best route to take to avoid traffic jams.


8. Speed Trap Plus

Speed Trap Plus is the best-known of the speed-trap-database apps. It began in 2008 as a free download and remains that way, though private investors are steering the app toward advertising, and a fee is likely in the future. The app lets users pinpoint where speed cameras, red-light cameras, and live speed traps are and rates the validity by multiple user confirmations.


9. Gas Manager

This app can keep track of what you spend on all of your cars and gives you instant feedback while driving. You can switch between SAE, imperial, and metric fuel use, and the app also includes a resettable odometer. Fuel-fill records can be stored for multiple cars too.


10. Speedometer Speed Box

This neat little application enables you to enter odometer readings at the start and end of a journey and input details like type of trip and reimbursement rate. Crucially, the app saves settings such as the last odometer reading and defaults for reimbursement and tax deduction rates.


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