MyStreetCred app can help fill you in on your driving habits.
You usually don’t know what your bad habits are until someone points them out to you. This is exactly what the MyStreetCred app does and that is why it was declared the winner at the Ford SYNC AppLink Developer Conference.
MyStreetCred monitors your driving habits and then gives you a report card with areas you need to improve on. For example, it will let you know if you’re driving too fast in inclement weather or if you’re braking too hard and wasting fuel.
“We’re thrilled to see the innovation and ideas from the teams that participated in this year’s Developer Conference,” said Scott Burnell, global lead, partner management, Ford developer program, in a statement. “MyStreetCred stood out because of its innovative use of the new SYNC AppLink developer tools that leverage vehicle information to create dynamic apps in the car.”
MyStreetCred now gets to head to Las Vegas with Ford for the 2016 International CES conference. Tell us at Cambridge Classic Ford of Cambridge, OH your thoughts on this app?
Are you going to explore haunted locations near Cambridge this Halloween?
Ohio can be a truly creepy place. So haunted, in fact, that there is an entire Haunted Ohio series of books. If you’re looking for something spooky and bone-chilling to do, there are some truly haunted locations near Cambridge for you to enjoy. Here are a few:
Route 513 Bridge. The Route 513 Bridge in Quaker City is said to be haunted by a ghost who rides along in vehicles or taps walkers on the shoulder. However, it seems he cannot cross the running water, so he won’t follow you to the other side of the bridge.
Deep Cut on US 40. Drive along US 40 between Old Washington and Cambridge and you might just spot a headless ghost along the Deep Cut section of the road.
Headless Man of Londonerry. The woods surrounding Londonerry in Guernsey County are said to be haunted by another headless man who is looking for revenge against the thieves who murdered him.
Colonel Taylor Inn. Right here in Cambridge, Colonel Taylor and his wife are said to still haunt this inn. People have seen apparitions on the stairways, smelled lingering tobacco smoke, heard mysterious sounds, and more.
Will you be visiting any haunted locations here in Ohio this month?