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Top car-related apps

Published On: Oct 25 2012 02:14:48 PM CDT
Updated On: Dec 12 2013 09:30:15 AM CST
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If you're looking for new apps for your phone, consider adding these car-related apps.

 

Kelley Blue Book: The application for Kelley Blue Book, one of the most trusted sources to find information on each model of car, is worth adding to your phone. The app has consumer reviews, expert advice and maps of local dealerships.

 

RepairPal: This application helps you scope your car maintenance needs. It can help you determine if you need immediate auto assistance or if it can wait, it can give you a repair estimate, and it will also recommend mechanics near you.

 

GasBuddy: We all want cheap gas, but no one wants to waste gas while searching for it. GasBuddy helps you locate the cheapest and nearest gas stations.

 

AccuFuel: How many miles is your car getting per gallon? AccuFuel monitors your car’s fuel efficiency and tracks your driving habits.

 

Honk: Do you struggle to remember where you parked at the mall? Honk helps navigate you back to your car. If you’re at a parking meter it will also track how much time you have left.

 

MotionX GPS Drive: This application offers maps and turn-by-turn directions to guide you to where you need to go. It also gives spoken directions so you don’t need to look at your phone. It can also give you updates on traffic.

 

Text’n Drive Pro: We all know texting and reading emails while driving is dangerous. This application allows you respond to messages by speaking, and allows you to listen your emails as they are read aloud to you.

 

iWrecked: While getting into an accident is always an unfortunate event, iWrecked helps make it easier. This app lets you take photos of the damage and log all of the necessary information. When you’re done, it will make you a pdf that you can send right to your insurance company.

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