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The Road Rules App designed to allow individuals familiarize, study and practise road rules and safety guidelines under the Zimbabwean traffic laws before taking an official drivers license exam will be exhibiting at the Apps World conference, to be held in Germany in April.

The Road Rule App, a mobile app, provides user with over 500 questions on provisional driver’s curriculum, exercises to prepare for the official driver license’ test and weakness identification scheme, all on their phones.

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It will be the first African startup to participate in the two-day Apps World conference featuring developers, manufacturers and platform owners all over the world.

The Road Rules App was designed by a team, led by Tawanda Chikosi, formed on the Ampion Venture Bus Southern Africa 2014, known for having techies and creative travel on a bus across countries as they work on new startups. The app was selected as a runner-up at AfricaCom, in Cape Town, last year.

The Road Rule App is envisioned to run on Facebook’s internet.org supported websites so that individuals can access it for free without having to pay any internet fee.

The app is available for smartphones, simple Java enabled feature phones via an SMS platform and as a Mobile Web App.

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