MotorMate by Confused.com

MotorMate by Confused.com


MotorMate by Confused.com is the easy-to-use car app to be used to show you how good a driver you are, gives you money off your car insurance and is free to download. There are discounts of up to 10% available.

All you’ll need to get started with this car app is a Confused.com account. Don’t worry if you don’t already have one, you can sign up for an account when you first use the car app.

We recommend, when you undertake this first and only log in process, that your phone is connected to Wi-Fi.

The car App tells you how you rate compared to a RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) expert driver. Plus you can earn real rewards for driving safely. If you use this car app, you’ll get money off your car insurance quotes, up to 10%, from participating insurance providers on Confused.com.

We'd just like to highlight that there's absolutely no negative impact on your car insurance premium price from using the MotorMate by Confused.com app. Using MotorMate by Confused.com can only give you a discount on your price.

Whereas some car apps only rate you on the movement of your vehicle, MotorMate scores you in relation to the real world driving environment.

The car app runs in the background of your phone while you’re driving. After each trip you’re given medal. This is based on how you brake, accelerate and drive at appropriate speeds. Once you reach 200 recorded miles we’ll give you your Confused.com Score out of 100. This score is more reflective of your long-term driving habits.

When the car app is first opened following install, you have to Login using a Confused.com account; you are then kept logged in for 60 days. Once logged in you can close and reopen the App continuously without having to log back in.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

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Recent changes:
Score and discounts now available after only 200 miles using the app!
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3.5
User ratings
113
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
3
File size
1908 kb
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About MotorMate by Confused.com
MotorMate by Confused.com is the easy-to-use car app to be used to show you how good a driver you are, gives you money off your car insurance and is free to download. There are discounts of up to 10% available.

All you’ll need to get started with this car app is a Confused.com account. Don’t worry if you don’t already have one, you can sign up for an account when you first use the car app.

We recommend, when you undertake this first and only log in process, that your phone is connected to Wi-Fi.

The car App tells you how you rate compared to a RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) expert driver. Plus you can earn real rewards for driving safely. If you use this car app, you’ll get money off your car insurance quotes, up to 10%, from participating insurance providers on Confused.com.

We'd just like to highlight that there's absolutely no negative impact on your car insurance premium price from using the MotorMate by Confused.com app. Using MotorMate by Confused.com can only give you a discount on your price.

Whereas some car apps only rate you on the movement of your vehicle, MotorMate scores you in relation to the real world driving environment.

The car app runs in the background of your phone while you’re driving. After each trip you’re given medal. This is based on how you brake, accelerate and drive at appropriate speeds. Once you reach 200 recorded miles we’ll give you your Confused.com Score out of 100. This score is more reflective of your long-term driving habits.

When the car app is first opened following install, you have to Login using a Confused.com account; you are then kept logged in for 60 days. Once logged in you can close and reopen the App continuously without having to log back in.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

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Recent changes:
Score and discounts now available after only 200 miles using the app!

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 26, 2015
Standing still is safest I would like to know how fast I am supposed to accelerate (real numbers for physicists would be nice, in m/s^2). I just started, but it looks like I need to accelerate and break really slow. Basically, if everybody is honking at you then you might be good enough for a gold medal. I tried for gold just now, but had to push the accelerator when a guy came really fast from behind and I didn't want to check his breaking technique so I ended up with silver. I was pulling out of a Supermarket, so I was slow.
A Google User
Apr 25, 2015
Needs an update! Links are broken and it contains information that is out of date. Was last updated nearly two years a go. Can you even still get a discount after using this?
A Google User
Mar 7, 2015
Good It's a good app. But this is the 2nd time I've installed it. 12 months ago I used it and then bought my insurance through it it was great and rated my driving as excellent. This time round it keeps rating my driving style as silver and bronze even though I'm driving better and using my speed limiter (which my last car didn't have) I really don't see how I can drive better than I am :(
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Has its limitations I wouldn't recommend this unless you keep your phone in a cradle while you drive - this is suggested when you install the app. If you don't, your results will likely be skewed.
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Another data vacuum sweep We started with a "please open an account" page. Set the scene for a gimme gimme gimme your money scam.Shame
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