DriveMeCrazy empowers people to report good or bad driving behavior by fellow motorists. To flag a vehicle, users simply speak in the license plate of the vehicle (i.e. hands-free) and a record of the incident is created in the DriveMeCrazy database. The service is currently available as a free app in the iTunes store and on the company web site.
Once a vehicle is flagged, end-users can write tickets, leave audio messages, and lookup other driversâ€™ records. The app also allows to search any plate, listen to the best messages, etc. By offering driver feedback and created driver peer pressure, the company's long-term vision is to reduce crashes caused by distracted and aggressive driving.
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