The Four Driving Apps Everyone Should Have

Technology has completely changed the way we drive along with the world around us. You’ve seen some of the safety features available on new Toyota vehicles such as Toyota Safety Sense which helps protect you from all sorts of unpredictable events the road can throw your way. But there is also a world of useful and entertaining information that can be gained from just the tap of your fingers. 
These apps are all “must downloads” and can help you in key situations, whether you are stranded on the side of the road or just need to save a few bucks on gas. Take a second to download these apps and take advantage of everything they will do for you. 

1) AAA Mobile: This app is invaluable if you are a member of AAA. Having the app one touch away on your phone makes it so easy to call roadside assistance and take advantage of the many other options AAA offers. If you are a non-member, you can still download the app and take advantage of the trip planner options. 

2) Find Your Car with AR: Do ever forget where you parked your car? Fess up, it happens to the best of us. But the days of wandering to different levels in a parking garage are long gone thanks to the app Find Your Car with AR. This will use virtual reality technology to find your car in a crowded parking lot

3) myCARFAX Car Maintenance App: You’ve probably used CARFAX in the past to check up on the history of any vehicle you’ve considered (if you haven’t used it before, you definitely should.) This app makes checking a car’s history much easier, and even lets you report on your own car’s maintenance history. 

4) GasBuddy: Have you ever wished there was an easy way to find the cheapest gas around you? Well, that’s exactly what the app GasBuddy does. With a simple search on the app, you can find the lowest price on gas anywhere around you. You can also report on gas prices yourself to ensure the most accurate information.