In the midwest, where transportation is notoriously hard to find, it’s not just the cars that need to be navigated.
Some of the drivers need to know where the nearest gas stations are.
Some need to find their way home safely.
And some, like the drivers who’ve been using GPS to find cab rides and taxis, need to do all of this from their own homes.
Jack Cooper, CEO of Knight Transportation, said that’s the reason he developed a GPS-powered mobile car rental service that has been operating since October.
It’s a good fit for people in rural areas, where they need a safe and reliable way to get around, Cooper said.
The company is targeting some of the most remote areas of the country, including the Midwestern states of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Missouri.
It charges $150 per month for unlimited use and $200 per month if you want to add more features.
“The way we think about it, GPS is just the beginning,” Cooper said in an interview.
One of the ways that Knight Transportation has done this is by using an app that it developed that helps users track their trip.
Cooper said that if they download the app, it tells them where to find the nearest taxi and where to park the car.
It also gives users the option to schedule a ride in a particular location to help them get home.
Cooper added that his company has already had success in some of these areas, including a pilot program in the southern states of Tennessee and Kentucky.
In the past, Cooper and his company had to rely on taxi companies that were operating at peak hours.
But as demand has grown, Cooper says, Knight Transportation is seeing more and more people use GPS to book their rides.
“They don’t want to rely just on taxis, they want to use the internet,” Cooper explained.
That’s why Knight Transportation decided to focus on the Midwest, where drivers have the most to gain from using GPS, he said.
“In the midwestern area, we’re seeing an increase in the number of people who want to live on their own,” Cooper added.
“It’s just the fact that they want more autonomy.
They want to be able to drive to work and get to their destination.”
It’s not an overnight fix In addition to allowing drivers to easily find rides, Cooper also says that GPS can help drivers find homes that are close to jobs.
Cooper says he knows a couple people who were driving on the side of the road when they lost power in a storm and couldn’t find a place to park their car.
When they looked online, they found a place that was a few blocks away.
The couple, Cooper believes, found a home for the car rental, and the next day they moved into their new home.
The GPS-driven mobile car service, Cooper added, has helped save drivers and cab drivers money and time.
I think it’s going to be a very significant part of our future, and we’re really excited about it,” Cooper told Fortune.
Knight Transportation offers its GPS-based mobile rental service as a way for people to help the company save money and get around.
It is free and available to anyone who is over the age of 18 and is willing to pay $150 for unlimited access to the service.
It can also be rented for as little as $20 per month, which is also a great deal compared to other options that are on the market.
And with more and less drivers relying on taxis and cabs, Cooper is optimistic that more and better transportation options will come about in the future.