AARP introduces AARP SafeTrip

AARP has launched AARP SafeTrip, a new telematics app powered by Cambridge Mobile Telematics that measures driving behavior.

AARP SafeTrip was developed jointly with Cambridge Mobile Telematics and is designed to work in concert with the lessons and concepts found in AARP Driver Safety programs, including the flagship AARP Smart Driver course, the nation’s largest and longest-running defensive driving course designed for drivers 50 and older.

AARP SafeTrip is now available to download on the App Store and Google Play. Users can earn AARP Rewards points that can be turned into discounted gift cards, sweepstakes entries, and more. AARP membership is not required to use the app, but members earn extra Rewards points and can choose to share and compare their driving scores with fellow members who use the app.

“Even the most experienced drivers can benefit from seeing how safe they are on the road and if they could use some improvement. AARP SafeTrip serves as another milestone in our commitment of more than four decades of helping keep drivers safe, confident and independent.” – Josh Dunning, VP and national director of AARP Driver Safety.

“AARP’s millions of members will have access to the AARP SafeTrip app, giving it the opportunity to make a major impact on road safety. By helping members win rewards for safe driving, AARP SafeTrip encourages members to adopt safe driving practices, leading to safer roads for all drivers. CMT is proud to collaborate with AARP to promote road safety and reduce driving risks.” – Ryan McMahon, CMT’s SVP of Strategy.