October 27, 2016
Have you ever thought about how much time you spend on the road? The average millennial spends 50.8 minutes driving to and from work every day. They also drive to run errands, visit friends, and spend time with significant others.
Many millennials are stressed with the endless hours they spend driving and looking for ways to make their drives shorter, safer and more pleasant. Check out this selection of driving apps that will make your morning commute more reasonable:
TomTom is a convenient mobile navigation unit compatible with both Android and iOS devices. Its GPS navigation has some unique features that differentiate it from other GPS navigation tools. It alerts you before entering speed traps, provides 3D maps for comprehensive driving, and gives you up-to-date traffic notifications, making your morning commute that much easier.
If you are worried about gas prices going up, Waze needs to be installed on your smartphone. Aside from being a reliable traffic routing app, it has features similar to GasBuddy. The community of friendly users aggregates gas prices that can help drivers save some cash
The biggest hassle with driving isn’t traveling long distances. It’s getting stuck in traffic for extended periods and worrying about getting pulled over. Trapster helps you avoid known enforcement points, reroutes you around congested traffic areas, and gets you to your destination faster.
Carcorder turns your iPhone into a mounted dashboard camera. The app integrates video recording, GPS, routing, and augmented reality into a powerful package to record your driving experience. Other features include voice recording, autosave when receiving a call, switch between map views, and support apple and Google map display mode. The service is less than $2 a month, which is well worth the peace of mind you get for not having to worry about proving you aren’t at fault in an accident.
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