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Thread: Which GPS is best for alerting you to going over speed limit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyPatrol View Post
    Know all those N.E. roads as I'm almost on all of them weekly!
    Murphy's Law, the more you drive the more you have a chance of getting booked by the Government Revenue collection service.
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    I have Navig8r GPS in both our vehicles switch on the ignition and it turns on No touching the screen to say I agree etc, unfortunately cannot buy them anymore.

    Friend had a speeding ticket so gave her an older Samsung Smart phone and loaded MetroView ( the software in the Navig8r GPS) and set it up, to turn on when she starts her car, from memory she needs to do something eg turn the phone off at the end of her trip. Costs $10, leaves the phone in the car all the time connected to the cig socket. S/w is for Fruit Phones and Android.


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    Beautiful day in the northeast today...not a cloud in the sky. Stunning views of the snow capped mountains as I drove up the Kiewa Valley Hwy and fortunately not a cop to be seen.

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    One of the nicest roads in Vic!
    If u want to go on an expedition get a Land Rover, if u want to come home from an expedition get a Landcruiser!

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