Cruising Drive Mode

Cruising Drive mode drastically simplifies the way you use your phone while driving with a “No look” interface that allows you to focus on the road with fewer distractions.  Texting & Driving Is More Debilitating To Your Reaction Time Than Driving While Under The Influence Of Alcohol and It’s (Probably) Illegal in your state. So Consider Your Passengers and Other Motorists.

Get this life-saving APP and join our movement today.

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Driving Safely

Cruising Drive Mode was created with your safety in mind. Young drivers, commercial drivers and anyone else who wishes to have fewer distractions from incoming cell phone calls or incoming texts messages while you’re on the road.

When a drivers’ eyes are off the road for an average of five seconds at 55 mph, that’s the equivalent of traveling the length of a football field while blindfolded. “STOP TEXTING” please. you will kill someone.View More »


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Cruising Drive Mode app automatically active when it sees your speed has reached 15 MPH. Once the driving has stopped the app will automatically deactivate and your phone will go back to its normal operating mode.

Check out our added bonus: For the worried parent or employee supervisor, you will get a notification anytime the user has turned off or deactivated the app.View More »

We’re making our roads a safer place for everyone.
Please join the movement to change the way we drive. Let us help you break away from this dangerous habits most of us have obtained. You can save a life or easily take one. You have a choice..

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