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Rallista is an app for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. When we set out to develop Rallista we did so because we love driving and wanted to share that with others. Over the past few years as self driving tech has become more invasive and more prevalent it made us realize that the things we love about driving— the camaraderie, the adventure, the excitement — are something we have taken for granted. We started Rallista to make sure that recreational driving sticks around for good.

Our idea of the enthusiast’s future is what formed the basis for Rallista and we hope to kickstart Rallista to a scale where we can help grow the hobby for the future. Through our app, we hope to encourage and educate drivers, both novice and expert. Through the love of the drive, we aim to help others fall in love with cars all over again. Whether you do it to preserve a storied history of engineering and workmanship, for pure adventure, relaxation, or the occasional misadventure, we all love the hobby and hope it continues. …

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An Intro to Rallista. Photo Credit Andrew Snucins

We know there are a lot of navigation apps out there, but after spending the past two decades out looking for adventure in classic cars with other enthusiasts, we realized that something critical was missing. Most apps are developed to get you from A to B, to make driving a route as mindless as possible. Rallista is different.

Rallista focuses instead on taking “The road less traveled” — focusing on the journey, not the end points. At Rallista we want to facilitate new adventures — to show you roads you never knew existed. We want to help you make new driving memories and create new experiences to share with other enthusiasts. Whether you are winding your way through the hills and hollows of Tennessee in an NSX, making a cross-country jaunt in an M5, or taking some off road Yumps near Mt. …

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