If you're a fan of coffee, free things and avoiding a serious collision, you'll want to hear more about Toyota's latest app to reward safe drivers.

By Joey Skladany / FWx.com
October 04, 2016
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This story originally appeared on FWx.com

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The Driving Barista, in collaboration with Japanese wireless company Au, can calculate the distance traveled of a facedown phone in a moving car. After the first 60 miles, the app rewards its user with a free cup of Komeda Coffee. From there, a free coffee is gifted every 120 miles. 

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Before you think you can cheat the system, the phone's GPS and internal gyroscope will trigger a "FAILURE" message if tampered with. This means you can't move it, run with it, turn it around or open your home screen without ruining your chances for a free latte. 

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Since the app is currently exclusive to Japan, we need something like this in the U.S. (but with rewards in the form of doughnuts or pizza, please).