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5 Apps To Make You King Of The Road Trip

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Maybe school is getting out for the summer. Maybe you just need a break from the daily grind of your day job. No matter what stage of life you are in, summer road trips are the ultimate escape to let your worries fade like mile markers in the rearview mirror. Here are 5 apps to help make you king of the road:

  1. Waze: Waze is the world’s largest community based traffic and navigation app. Receive alerts about police (you shouldn’t be speeding anyways), accidents, road hazards, and traffic jams. It’s like a personal heads-up from millions of other drivers on your route. We know the road trip is not all about the destination, but Waze will help you save time by providing alternate routes when there is traffic.
    iOS | Android
  2. Roadtrippers: Not sure where to go, or are you wondering what interesting “mini-adventures” are along your route? Roadtrippers is an intuitive tool that helps streamline the discovery, planning, booking, and navigation process. Route from “A” to “B” and discover what you love in between!
    iOS | Android
  3. GasBuddy: Plan your pit stops perfectly! GasBuddy allows you to input your trip and it will provide you with the most cost-efficient stops based on your specific vehicle.
    iOS | Android
  4. FIXD: Make sure your vehicle is up to the task with this vehicle health monitor! FIXD provides you with maintenance reminders specific to your year, make, and model of vehicle, helps you monitor wear items like tires, battery, and wipers, and helps you diagnose your check engine light!
    iOS | Android
  5. Spotify: Music sets the mood for the road trip, and you don’t want to get stuck listening to the same five songs on repeat through all of the different radio stations. Make your playlist unique to you and your road trip. You can’t go wrong with this classic playlist.
    iOS | Android

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