Road Rules is Shutting Down
We are sad to announce that we will be discontinuing the Road Rules app on July 31, 2016 and effective immediately, we will no longer be updating and improving the Road Rules app.
Our goal was to help make driving smarter and save lives. In our short time in public beta, we hope that we have helped you and your loved ones re-evaluate the dangers of texting while driving. Regrettably, it no longer makes sense for us to continue working on the app.
We truly appreciate your support during our launch and wish you safe travels in the future.
As for the future of the team, Liz will continue working on conencted cars as a consultant and SME (subject matter expert). You can read her connected cars articles on VentureBeat. Dave is starting a new technology venture for the beverage manufacturing industry.
Liz Slocum Jensen and Dave Jensen
Founders, Road Rules, Inc.
Interactive auto-replies when you receive a text
Works seamlessly with your existing SMS app.
Share your location with your friends dynamically
Keep your friends in the loop, even before they've installed Road Rules.
Meet the Team
Liz Slocum Jensen
Liz co-founded Road Rules with the mission to make driving smarter. She is an expert in connected car APIs and is often invited to speak and write about car app development, cybersecurity, and the future of mobility. She has over 15 years of experience in customer support and operations for enterprise technology companies including IronPort, Cisco, and Informatica. She specializes in customer engagement, customer acquisition, and strategic operations. She has an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
Dave co-founded Road Rules with the vision of applying contextual computing to the connected car. He has over 15 years of software and web development for companies including Netscape and AOL. As the CTO of Spoke Software, he led the engineering ground-up relaunch of the company's web-service. Dave is an Invited Expert for the W3C Automotive Working Group and has an M.S. in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.