Highly Intrusive & Horrid Design *Warning* By inputting your RAC membership details you are authorising them to sell your personal info for marketing!!! It's in the t&'s and there's no opt-out. This is NOT acceptable. Also the app is horribly designed. If you want a really good motoring app download the AA one instead, it's how it ought to be. Sadly I just switched from AA to RAC over renewal price. Based on this app though I'll probably switch back next year.
Crap When switching between road works & incidents, the info doesn't change, stays on the one you want to leave. On a journey from Chester to Manchester, I looked to see if anything would hinder my journey, the app showed nothing but when I got there roads are shut everywhere! Only when I checked in Manchester did it show the info I already knew because I was looking at it. When you think your "improving" the app, try testing it before updating our apps that don't need updating!!
Back to being the best In my opinion, this is the best traffic monitoring app available. It is especially useful in Scotland, where the info is much up to date than the AA alternative. The latest update has restored the coloured dots, making the maps clear and easy to use. My only gripe: why can't I see incidents, delays and roadworks at the same time?
I want my dots back The coloured dots where simple and clear, a big step backwards this update, the screen looks cluttered & messy update 19/11/14--come on Rac,don't you read people's reviews, give us our dots back updated 05/12/15, colour dots back, now happy, thanks RAC ☺
Like update on 5 Dec 15 Improvement and no problems with latest update on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 running Android 4.2.2.
Incident map can be useful, but the app crashes constantly under Android 6 (Marshmallow) on HTC 10.
Reintroduction of colour coded incident warnings to improve Traffic and Route planning
Improved roadside breakdown & accident reporting section
This fastest way to ask for help – you’ll be found quicker and you can track us.
Check how the traffic is flowing on motorways and major A roads in England