MyDriving Plus uses a smartphone's built-in sensors to measure acceleration, deceleration, duration of each trip, and distance traveled, offering drivers perspective on their safe driving performance. MyDriving Plus users can also opt in to connect with auto lenders and insurance companies to reduce monthly expenses for car loans and auto insurance.
"MyDriving Plus builds on DriveFactor's data platform to provide accurate driving feedback based on credible research. It augments our ability to provide value to and learn from consumers," said
"Over the next few months, MyDriving Plus will introduce additional value-added features that consumers can look forward to," said Gloria Guntinas, Director of Product Development at DriveFactor.
Any data MyDriving Plus collects is stored securely in DriveFactor's cloud-based servers. Personal information is never rented, sold, or shared with third parties without user permission. Users can opt in to receive valuable savings and incentives from our partner rewards platform, which includes insurers, financial services companies, automotive and retail establishments, and others.
MyDriving Plus also includes social sharing, which allows you to boast about your driving performance on Twitter and Facebook, promoting further awareness of driving safety and its impact on drivers' wallets.
The app is available in the
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