Invention of the Week? Tixxii is the New App that Protects Your Vehicle

A Los Angeles, CA, entrepreneur has come up with a unique app that will protect your vehicle from tickets, tows, and accidents.

Abel Jones, a graduate of UC Berkeley, has developed Tixxii – a revolutionary app that serves as a new global watchdog to look after your vehicle.

Jones and his team just unveiled Tixxii on Kickstarter and funding is already rolling in to support their project. The team plans on officially launching the app in the USA and around the globe in a matter of months.

Tixxii.com 2015: Tixxii is a new app for the people. It will save them money and offer protection in all places, all of the time.Tixxii.com 2015: Tixxii is a new app for the people. It will save them money and offer protection in all places, all of the time.

“Tixxii allows you to contact owners of vehicles quickly and easily without knowing any contact information about the vehicle owner,” explains Jones on his company’s website.

“When you see a vehicle in danger of being ticketed, towed, has been involved in an accident, or other dangerous situations for the vehicle, simply open the Tixxii app, writer your message and Tixxii will send the owner of the vehicle an instant message alerting the owner of the problem.”


Even better is that the app is free and send alerts to drivers who use any form of smartphones. Its overall purpose is to protect and guard all vehicles around the clock, 24/7. The app will also probe for false reports, so those who misuse the app will be removed from its service via the administration division.

Jones explains that he created the app to save people time and money and having that sense of ease knowing their vehicle is being safeguarded through new technology.

“Our goal is to improve and simplify your life by protecting all the vehicles on the road,” says Jones.

He is quick to point out how the new app will save the public lots of money – millions in fact. A case in point is how much the city of San Francisco makes yearly off of parking tickets and meter tickets. Last year alone the city made nearly $50 million from parking meter fees and nearly $90 million in parking violations/citations. Now that’s a lot of dough.

While the app is new and exciting news, Jones admits that “creating and powering a global app like Tixxii is no easy task,” and explains that “the servers and maintenance required to run Tixxii is immense to say the least.”

Sure enough, the Kickstarter support will help with the launch and growth of the new app.

So, could this new app get some backlash from legal-beagles at city halls across America and around the world? Chances are highly unlikely as people are free to communicate as they wish through new technology.

One thing is certain though, city-staffers everywhere will feel the pinch when they see the money they make on parking and meter tickets go way down.

But Jones’ new app is one for the people. It will save them money and offer protection in all places, all of the time.