The infotainment system (e.g., infotainment system) of a vehicle (e.g., an automobile, a motorcycle, a bus, a recreational vehicle (RV), a semi-trailer truck, a tractor or other type of farm equipment, train, a plane, a boat, a helicopter, a personal transport vehicle, etc.) may execute an application (e.g., a media application, a messaging application, a navigation application, etc.). Based on a state of the vehicle (e.g., a parked state, a driving state, etc.), the infotainment system may seamlessly switch (e.g., transition) between a driving mode of the application or a non-driving mode of the application. For example, if the vehicle is initially in a parked state, the infotainment system may execute a non-driving mode of the application that has more features and capabilities. If the vehicle then changes to a driving state, the infotainment system may, without terminating the application, execute a driving mode of the application that is designed for use while driving (e.g., to be less distracting). In this way, the techniques may allow for continuous (e.g., uninterrupted) usage of the application, improving the user experience, while addressing safety concerns.

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