Good2Drive Fleet – Check Yourself with Just a Single Smartphone App

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Did you know that over 1.2 million people die in car accidents every year while an additional 20 million are injured? Though some accidents are caused by drinking and driving, others are caused because one or more drivers were simply unaware due to exhaustion or other conditions.

And for those yearning to get behind the wheel, it’s an incredible feeling of independence but includes a lot of responsibility. Give your parents the impression that you’re on a mission to becoming a defensive driver by staying focused enough to drive. And as you guessed it, there’s an app for that. It’s called Good2Drive.

Good2Drive helps you in a situation when you’re not 100% sure if you’re ready to drive, call an Uber, Lyft, or a friend who is ready to drive. This app ensures that you have several options.

Essentially, Good2Drive is a smartphone app that measures cognitive ability through a 60 to 90-second test. Once you take the test, the app analyzes the results and tells you if you’re good to drive. Even if you haven’t had a drink, it’ll tell you if you’re too exhausted or groggy to be behind the wheel.

This app isn’t just great for the individual driver, but for a company that wants to track the vigilance of all the drivers in its fleet. The results are sent directly to an email or phone of the employer along with a photo, so they know the driver is the one who took the test. Alerts can be set for failed or skipped tests.

Good2Drive is an app that is there to make the roads safer for everyone by making sure only those who are alert enough, get behind the wheel.

Drive defensively when you download Good2Drive for free from the iTunes or Google Play store. today.

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