RoadReady logs teen driving practice during the Learner’s Permit phase. The app provides an easy, efficient way to ensure teens have enough experience behind the wheel in a variety of conditions before they begin to drive independently.
RoadReady allows you to:
Log teen Learner’s Permit driving
Monitor progress against your state requirements
Log driving on several devices
Track multiple teen drivers
Track road type and weather conditions
Export printable driving log
Receive suggestions for safe driving
Stop logging drive time automatically
RoadReady is a component of The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program, recipient of the US Department of Transportation National Roadway Safety Award.
*Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
- Enhanced user experience for selecting Day / Night drives.
Ratings and Reviews
I LOVE THIS APP! We have not one or two but FOUR drivers in drivers ed at once. Why, is a different story but trying to keep track of a total of 200 required hours would have been a nightmare. Even if I had a single driver I would love this app as much as I do. So easy, pick a driver you have made a profile for & hit start a new drive. Done! You can tweek weather, road type & other details if needed. Note space available if you want to comment on where you went or what skills your driver worked on. You can add previous drives as well. Simply export and print for Segment 2 or other classes that need proof of your drive time. Could not have been easier. I needed to use custom Er service once as I added a driver twice. They responded immediately and solved my problem cheerfully. Thank you Road Ready!!
The app does the simple task of logging driving hours and prints a log which is acceptable for the DMV. There are just a lot of annoyances. First is the constant interstitial ads for State Farm. It takes multiple screens to save the drive. I already have State Farm insurance. I don’t need an ad after every drive.
The app also always requires a data connection presumably to load the ads. This can be very annoying if you are trying to start a drive from a dead zone or parking garage.
There is no way to remove a driver. In NC after you get your provisional license you have to log another 12 hrs to get your full license. We tried to create a new driver log but the app kept hanging. As a result we wound up with a bunch of new driver entries and there is no way to delete them.
The app is easier than logging hours on paper but you will hate the app by the time you are done with it.
Developer Response ,
Hello, if you could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I will help you clear up these issues.
This app was really great in most respects - easy to start and end drives, logs miles, times and day/night. Only issue - when the app logs “night,” it does it at the official sunset time. Problem with that - if your state defines “night” as 1/2 hour after sunset, you may be logging the day/night improperly. I suspect most states, like ours, define it this way. As such, unless they fix the software, you may be improperly logging night hours, when the state well defined them as day hours. When we did the log we did not pay attention to the start time, assuming that night meant night. In several cases our night rides started just after Sunset and therefore did not count as a “night“ right. Other than that the app is excellent.
- Safe Roads Alliance, Inc.
- 13 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- Copyright © 2013 Safe Roads Alliance
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.