Wrappli is an app matching drivers to advertising campaigns based on their driving habits, allowing them to earn cash for wrapping their cars in brand ads.
No Yelling allows learner drivers to connect with instructors, book appointments and complete transactions through an app and online platform.
A user can log onto PickMyRide to find a driver that will drive them home in their own car, removing the need to go back the next morning and pick it up.
Every driver thinks they’re perfect and that the problem lies with everybody else on the road. An Israeli startup is letting them prove it by providing a platform for them to share videos of bad drivers.
While it can’t do anything about prices, a Sydney startup is looking to change what drivers spend on each tank. GoFar, which promises to help drivers save up to 20 percent on each tank of fuel, is finally ready to launch to the public after two years of development and testing.
While various companies have tried to get drivers to go hands-free with their phones, the stats show that, clearly, none have really stuck. Australian startup Gizmosis hopes that their app Otto will be the one to do it.
Have you ever wondered why all those street signs seem like they have cryptic messages?