This was quite an interesting challenge to solve for. I first tried to figure out when would the user possibly use this app. While looking for gas stations casually and when the user is driving and requires to fill the fuel urgently. So, I thought, why not come with 2 different experiences for both the situations? A normal mode and a car mode. In normal mode, user can quickly switch in between "cheapest" and "nearest", set filters and look for gas stations. In car mode, the user can click on the mic button or say "Hey Fuel Mate" (for a hands free experience) to enable voice assistant and ask for anything related to the topic. But can the app auto switch in between normal mode and car mode? Ofcourse. If the app detects motion, it will automatically switch to car mode and vice versa.
This was quite an interesting challenge to solve for. I first tried to figure out when would the user possibly use this app. While looking for gas stations casually and when the user is driving and requires to fill the fuel urgently. So, I thought, why not come with 2 different experiences for both the situations? A normal mode and a car mode. In normal mode, user can quickly switch in between "cheapest" and "nearest", set filters and look for gas stations. In car mode, the user can click on the mic button or say "Hey Fuel Mate" (for a hands free experience) to enable voice assistant and ask for anything related to the topic. But can the app auto switch in between normal mode and car mode? Ofcourse. If the app detects motion, it will automatically switch to car mode and vice versa.

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Great color selection and price display on the map nice Ui and great design work
Side note- A huge chunk of users don't have Android Auto/ Apple CarPlay in their cars so people use phone holders while using map navigation. But if the app was designed for modern car multimedia system, the experience would still be the same. Thanks.
Figma Link- https://www.figma.com/file/gWDx90GbPgvgk8Q13TB6oE/Fuel-App?node-id=0%3A1