It’s easy to get distracted when driving. However, you can make sure you (the passenger sitting next to you or a bystander) stay safe by not texting when driving. The apps and facts we’re telling about below will help you in that.
In the US, 660,000 thousand drivers use their mobile phones while driving, despite the fact that 44 states have outlawed this kind of thing.
Fortunately, some apps can deprive your children or other drivers of this opportunity.
Live2Txt is an Android app that lets you block incoming calls and messages while driving. Switch on Live2Txt as you get behind the wheel and you will ‘silence’ all incoming notifications. When you receive a message, the app will automatically notify the sender that you are driving at the moment and will get back to them later.
An Android app, which activates a screensaver and cuts off all incoming notifications as you accelerate to 14 kph. The static screensaver can be easily customized to the one of your choice.
An app for concerned parents, which will notify them, should their child exceed a speed limit, should he/she start twitting/texting when driving. Besides, you will be also notified when your kid gets outside the safety areas that you have defined on the map. Apart from that, you will be able to see whether he/she answered any incoming calls when driving.