Drive2Win rewards drivers for playing it safe. You can win prizes just for driving distraction free.
According to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis, each day in the United States, over 8 people are killed and 1,161 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver. Texting while driving has become a national epidemic, quickly becoming one of the country's top killers.
Moved by the needless deaths and injuries resulting from distracted driving, John McCafferty and Mediaura teamed-up to build a mobile app designed to heighten awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. Louisville-based Becker Law Office underwrote the creation of the Drive2Win mobile app, which complements much of the firm’s marketing messages admonishing distracted driving.
The App Construction
Drive2Win rewards drivers for playing it safe. You can win prizes just for driving distraction-free and tracking it with the Drive2Win app. We believe Drive2Win can change negative habits through positive reinforcement.
The Drive2Win app is available for iPhone and Android users in the iTunes App Store and Google Play. Here is how it works:
- Player downloads Drive2Win app and touches screen icon when starting each trip.
- Once the car is in motion, the app immediately begins to track the user's driven distance for the duration of their trip and award points accordingly.
- Players may cash-in accumulated points for various prizes including food and entertainment rewards.
- Rewards will frequently update and primarily come from locally-based businesses.
- The app’s Leaderboard shows where you rank compared to other players.
- If a player chooses to make a phone call or text while driving, the opportunity to collect points is immediately halted until they return to the app.
- Other opportunities for winning points include “Trivia Tuesdays,” when extra points will be rewarded for correct answers to questions about distracted driving. Other chances to score extra points include opportunities to scan QR codes featured in Becker Law Office ads.