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New “DRIVE” App Enhances the Vehicle Ownership Experience

RBC DRIVE App

Like many of you, I've slowly been adding bits and pieces of my life (and attendant documentation) to my smart phone. Sometimes that is facilitated by apps where I can store important docs or data. And sometimes I just take a picture of something like my passport or my driver's license and put it in a special photo album, so that I have a copy close at hand in case of an emergency.

One of the information sets I've been actively collecting on my phone has to do with my car. I have a photo of my license plate, plus images of my beloved Saturn from several angles; in case of accident or theft, it's good to have the "before" pics. And, of course, I have my insurance broker’s number in my contacts. But all of these car-related pieces of info are stored in different places on my phone and sometimes I can’t remember where I cleverly stashed them.

Fortunately, RBC has just released a new free platform (app and website) called DRIVE, which lets me collect all this car-related info in one handy place. With the DRIVE app, I can:

  • Store all of my car-related documents in one place, including insurance and warranty info
  • Receive recall notifications for my vehicle and schedule follow-up appointments
  • Book services at partner dealerships

And my two favourite features in DRIVE (yes, I'm a bit biased): I can store my Petro-Points card on the platform as well as locate a nearby Petro-Canada gas station.

Check out the video below for an overview of the DRIVE app and head on over to the DRIVE website to learn more.

Disclaimer: Suncor Energy has no ownership or involvement in the DRIVE app. The DRIVE app is operated by Royal Bank of Canada.

- Rose R.

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