The United States may be considered as one entity from the outside, but it does have different sets of state laws that cross-state travelers want to take time to get familiar with. For instance, the speed limits, gun laws, sales tax, and parking rules are different in a number of states. If you are traveling from one state to another, you can always learn about these differences using a search engine. The easier way would be to try State Lines.
State Lines is a powerful database of information, covering 46 pieces of information that could come handy for those traveling from one state to another on a consistent basis. It keeps users informed on gun laws, smoking bans, speed limits, state park fees, pet rules, texting & radar detector bans, and much more. The app is location aware, so it shows you relevant information based on your current location.
Gathering all this information by yourself can take hours or days. State Lines puts it all in your hands in a convenient fashion. Users won’t have to be connected to the Internet to take advantage of State Lines. Its information applies to drivers, truckers, and everyone in between.
State Lines has a simple to use interface and a wealth of information for those crossing state lines on a frequent basis. It is pretty affordable for what it offers ($2.99 at the time of this writing).
P.S. how would you improve State Lines?