Mapquest should come in handy for electric car owners as the number of EV charging stations in the U.S. has almost quadrupled since the end of 2009. When not slurring vexingly vague orders, mapquest seems fit to entertain me with a cryptic blue dot dance that spans several streets.
The Mapquest, which is free and available for iPhone and Android users, not only can locate charging stations but manage remote charging.
I cannot recall another time in our history when there was so much momentum and resources around an energy shift for transportation. MapQuest, that utility we thought horrifically curbstomped by Google back in the 90's.
MapQuest, which is free and available for iPhone and Android users, not only can locate charging stations but manage remote charging, view current battery status and provide step-by-step directions.
The best thing about MapQuest is that it has a voice, making it safer and easier to use. You can certainly understand what MapQuest tells you, but it dictates names incredibly quickly.
Making pretty what 36 million people searching for maps, directions, restaurants, airports, hotels and top brands every month looks like.
MapQuest gives you the directions with great timing; it never told me to make a turn about 200 yards late... like other apps I won't name. If you want MapQuest to shut up you can pause the directions through the menu, as well as show traffic.