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Toyota ‘FaceItDown’ app offers new incentives

To celebrate the success of the Toyota ‘FaceItDown’ app, with over 22million kilometres driven using the app, all users will earn double points for all journeys logged between August 13-20.

To use the app, simply download the Toyota FaceItDown app from the Google Play Store or Apple Store for free, start the app before commencing a journey and face the phone down to collect points while driving. The accumulated points can then be redeemed against a number of fantastic rewards.

Toyota has also announced that Q-Park is its new partner for the FaceItDown app, with rewards including €4, €3 or €2 off Q-Park parking when pre-booked online. To redeem your Q-Park reward pre-book your parking on Go to and choose one of the available car parks or an area where you would like to park. Once pre-booked online, you will receive a booking confirmation by email with information of how to enter/exit the car park.

Other rewards include free hot drinks from Circle K and €50 off car insurance from FBD.

Toyota ambassador, Niall Breslin (Bressie), is pictured with Michael Gaynor, Marketing Director, Toyota Ireland (left) and Mark Howard, Country Director, QPark.

Steve Tormey, Chief Executive of Toyota Ireland said: “We are extremely proud of what the Toyota FaceItDown app has achieved by drawing more attention to road safety and the dangers of distractions while driving. The Toyota FaceItDown app is delivering on our ‘Built for a Better World’ brand promise, as we want to make Irish roads a safer place for all road users and by using the app, people can do just that. With the current double point incentive, we want to keep this momentum going and are encouraging motorists to continue to download the app and make safety a priority when they get behind the wheel.

Added to this we’re delighted to have Q-Park on board as a partner of the Toyota FaceItDown app, and that thanks to Q-Park we can now offer parking rewards to users for making a difference to road safety.”