5 Useful Apps To Download For Your Car

No matter which kind of car you have, maintenance and safety should always be top of your priority list. Thankfully there are plenty of apps you can download to improve your driving experience. From tire pressure to dash cams, and monitoring, check out these five useful apps.

1 . SensAiry 

The SensAiry app allows you to check the tire pressure of your car, along with the temperature. The app uses low energy bluetooth techno to monitor the pressure of your vehicle as you drive. The app’s screen presents you with easy to read dials; the temperature readings are in pounds per square inch, bar units, or kilopascal. You can also get your temperature readings in either Fahrenheit or Celsuis.

  1. Drivvo 

Using the Drivvo app, you can save money on your car expenses over time. The app can help you to control your maintenance, refueling, fuel, and more. The gas consumption calculator helps you find out how much you spend, (to help you make future savings). When you use the app to register for refueling, you can also access monthly expenses, oil change data, and more. It’s important to keep up with your car maintenance checks ongoing. If you’ve got the skills, you can save a lot of money by performing DIY maintenance on your car. For a range of high-quality car parts, from engine cooling parts to radiator parts, check out Two-Step Performance

  1. Flo Driving Insights

To improve your driving and drive more safely, Flo Driving Insights is the app you need. Flo uses your car’s GPS system to record your trips, track your driving habits, and provide feedback. Using this data, drivers can access info about their braking habits, handling of corners, accelerating, and so on. The app stores your driving history so that you can determine which areas you need to improve. Once you have enough flow data, you can use it to seek a discount on your car insurance (if you can prove that you’re a safe driver)!

  1. Autoguard Dash Cam App

With the Autoguard Dash Cam app, you can use your phone as a dashcam. A few of the best features of the app include background recording, photo capture, combined video and map info. The app records the nearest address and GPS, as well as standard video. The app also supports high resolutions, traces Google map paths, and sends recorded info via email. In the event of a car accident a dashcam app is just what you need for evidence.

  1. GasBuddy

The GasBuddy app helps users to find the nearest gas station and ensure the cheapest deals on fuel. You can also use the app to access directions about how to get to that particular fuel station. No one likes overpaying for gas, particularly when it’s so expensive to run a car in the first place. Using the GasBuddy app, you no longer have to worry!

With these five nifty apps you’ll have all you need to get the best driving experience. These are just a small selection of the vehicle apps on offer, there are plenty of others including Drive Smart, Fobo Tire and Waze.

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Emily Muelford

Emily is a British writer whose love of car culture is augmented by a fascination with both the European and American automotive markets. Her perspective is uniquely fish and chips.

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Emily is a British writer whose love of car culture is augmented by a fascination with both the European and American automotive markets. Her perspective is uniquely fish and chips.