How To

Here are some guidelines for how to use and how not to use Driver Talk.


If you have more questions, see here what we're all about.
If you still have questions, feel free to contact us.

Do

  • Let another driver know:
    • You witnessed their car getting damaged
    • Send a message letting someone know their sunroof/windows are open
    • Their parking meter is about to expire (and the meter maid is coming!)
    • Your car is blocked in and you can't get out
    • Their car alarm is going off with no end in sight
    • They have a broken tail light
    • The registration/inspection sticker has expired (some people constantly forget)
  • Be polite and respectful to others
  • Inquire when they'll be able to unplug and move their electric vehicle, so that you can charge up your EV
  • Ask where someone had their car customized.
  • Compliment another driver's car, vanity plate, etc.
  • Add multiple vehicles under your account
  • Spread the word about Driver Talk to your friends, family and coworkers
  • Send us feedback on how we can improve Driver Talk

Do Not

  • Send or read messages while driving (safety first)
  • Harass others with rude, offensive, unhelpful, unwelcome messages. This will not be tolerated and will result in a permanent ban from Driver Talk
  • Abuse this messaging system in any way that is contrary to the spirit in which it is intended to be used. Again, this will not be tolerated and will result in a permanent banishment
  • Worry about strangers getting their hands on your email address or phone number - your contact information is securely stored in our database and used only to relay messages to you from other drivers
  • Worry about your password being properly stored in our database - it's always hashed with salt and thousands of iterations (pardon the tech talk). Even the Driver Talk administrators cannot read it if they wanted to
  • Once again, do not message while driving!