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5 Apps To Take On Your Next Roadtrip

Summer is the best time for a fun-filled road trip, and there are plenty of beautiful destinations to choose from. As you’re planning your trip, keep these five applications in mind. All of these offer a range of great features to ensure that your road trip runs smoothly.

1 . Roadtrippers
Roadtrippers is an amazing app for travellers; you can use it to plan adventurous road trips and discover new destinations. Whether it’s the perfect route, nearby attractions, hotels or national parks, Roadtrippers has all the information you need. Users can plot seven waypoints using the free version, for a more extensive road trip, simply upgrade to Roadtrippers Plus.

2. Waze
Waze is a community application which supports users to exchange info about incidents and traffic jams. With the Waze app, you’ll receive voice alerts and notifications about speed cameras, and police whereabouts. Users can check their speed, and report any traffic info that they have. The application uses the data on your phone, meaning you can store pre-planned routes and access them offline.

3. The iExit Interstate Exit Guide 
The iExit application detects exactly where you are located on the Interstate and provides information about what’s ahead. The application offers info about gas stops and prices, nearby restaurants and hotels. If you’re looking for specific prices, deals or hotel chains, iExit can search for exactly what you’re looking for.

4. GasBuddy
GasBuddy is another useful application to find gas stations and compare prices. For driver’s on a budget, this is certainly the app you need. The application stores info on over 150,000 gas stops across North America, plus twenty-seven different ways to save money. The app can help you to improve your fuel economy and offers special access deals from retailers like Circle K, Shell and Murphy.

5. Trip Advisor
The Tripadvisor app is the perfect travel planner, it’s simple to use plus it’s free. Here you’ll find millions of reviews of vacation rentals, hotels, flights and activities. The handy planning tool helps users to organize travel, save ideas, and view their plan clearly on the map. From Trip Advisor, you can also book tours and reserve tables and restaurants.

6. Trivia Crack 2
When the road trip is getting a little dull, it’s time to spice things up with a fun trivia game! Trivia Crack 2 spans many different categories including geography, sport, history, science and art. The application helps you to improve your trivia skills with plenty of challenging questions; you can even collect characters and win prizes!

Road Trip Safety
Before you set off on your road trip, it’s vital to get your car serviced, to ensure that everything is in good working order. When you’re going on a long road trip, it’s especially important to consider your safety. Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents, so it’s a good move to invest in a car Heads Up Display. These devices project data from your dashboard or iPhone onto the windshield, so you can check this data while keeping your eyes on the road. If you do get into an accident, it’s advisable to seek the help of a car accident lawyer.

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