Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Helping drivers avoid speed traps

This post from Reuters discusses a new website where drivers can download information into their car about where speed cameras are positioned:


Drivers in most of the United States and some of the UK can find out where the police speed traps and so-called red-light cameras are on the Internet -- for free.

But, U.S. drivers can also download that information to their car's GPS system for a fee.

"We're hoping to expand the download service to London and the rest of Europe as soon as we can," said Shannon Atkinson, the 33-year-old founder of Njection.com.

"No one likes to get a ticket. No one likes to get hit by a red-light camera," he said, referring to the devices that snap pictures of cars running red lights.

Read more at - 'Website claims to help drivers avoid speed traps'


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