TrafCam is a subscription service that works with your in-car navigation system, letting you know when to furiously apply the brakes in the outside lane to avoid getting a speeding ticket.
Subscribers to TrafCam – which costs £29 a year – can select their own speed camera warning ranges, with on-screen alerts telling drivers the camera type, speed limit and how far away it is. The system’s upgradable, with vigilant TrafCam staff constantly on the look out for new hot-spots to add to the database.
TrafCam works with Tom Tom Go, One and Rider mapping systems, plus it’s also available for Palm, Pocket PC and Windows Mobile handheld devices, or any mobiles that use the Symbian OS.
A free one month trial is available on the TrafCam site, so there’s really no excuse for getting caught out by that nasty bugger on the A30.
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