DriveMeCrazy app hopes to cut own on road rage accidents

The latest installment of FierceDeveloper's Developer Workshop series profiles DriveMeCrazy, a startup that wants to use crowdsourced information to slash the number of auto accidents triggered by negligent or aggressive driving. The voice-powered DriveMeCrazy app enables motorists to record the license plate numbers of offending drivers--once a driver has been flagged, users can write "tickets" that report the details of the traffic offense, view details of previous transgressions, and share the flag on Twitter and Facebook. DriveMeCrazy, which was started by Shazam co-founder Philip Inghelbrecht, will share its collected data with state DMVs, local law enforcement and insurance companies. Special feature

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