GPS Angel: Red Light and Speed Camera Warning System

Dec 16, 2008 by weblog
GPS Angel Warning Device
GPS Angel Warning Device

(PhysOrg.com) -- The all new GPS Angel Red Light/Speed Camera warning system is designed to warn you of red lights and fixed speed cameras. It's completely road legal and easy to use, just simply place it on your dashboard and switch on.

The GPS Angel comes ready loaded with the leading database of speed and stop light cameras and accident black spots. The database includes all 50 US states and Canada.

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The GPS database can be updated daily and you can refresh your copy of it by simply connecting your GPS Angel to your PC. Updates are free for the first year of ownership and then $19.95 buys you unlimited updates for the lifetime of your GPS Angel.

The GPS Angel determines where you are and your exact speed at all times through its radio connection to the GPS satellite network. Utilizing the database saved in its memory, GPS Angel calculates the distance to the next risk area. This enables its alert system to issue a warning before you reach the risk.

The GPS Angel uses GPS technology so it is 100% legal to use. It is designed to warn you of risk areas to help you observe traffic law. A series of colored LED's and audible beeps (adjustable) alerts you when you are approaching a camera location.

The GPS Angel will also allow you to record any personal risk areas you may come across. This is accomplished by holding down the right hand function key and the location of the speed camera will be recorded on your GPS Angel device for future use.

The GPS Angel comes ready to use straight out of the box. Simply place it on your dashboard and plug in its power cable to your cars cigarette lighter. The GPS Angel is available now on-line for $129.00.

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DGBEACH
3.8 / 5 (4) Dec 16, 2008
How about just following the speed limits and stopping at red lights???...you'll save $129 plus the cost of all that gasoline that your car won't be consuming at the higher speeds.

THIS functionality could very easily be added to existing GPS systems. Don't waste your money on it!
Shame on Physorg for allowing advertising on its site!
Quantum_Conundrum
3.7 / 5 (3) Dec 16, 2008
How about just following the speed limits and stopping at red lights???...you'll save $129 plus the cost of all that gasoline that your car won't be consuming at the higher speeds.


Second this. I was about to type the same thing.
morpheus2012
1 / 5 (4) Dec 16, 2008
aobvoiuoly this device is not for the 2 slow pok old farts above

who probably mess up the whole trafic
Bob_Kob
1 / 5 (1) Dec 17, 2008
Uh... GPS devices already do this and they are street maps as well. Why would you buy this device that can only beep?

plus the cost of all that gasoline that your car won't be consuming at the higher speeds.


Cars are usually more efficient at higher speeds.
DGBEACH
not rated yet Dec 17, 2008
Cars are usually more efficient at higher speeds.


Passenger vehicle-engines in North America exhibit their optimal fuel consumption around 90 km/Hr (45 mi/Hr), and this has been the case for over 20 years.

And Morpheus2012 is right, they were made BECAUSE of drivers like him :)
Velanarris
1 / 5 (1) Dec 17, 2008
Cars are usually more efficient at higher speeds.


Passenger vehicle-engines in North America exhibit their optimal fuel consumption around 90 km/Hr (45 mi/Hr), and this has been the case for over 20 years.

And Morpheus2012 is right, they were made BECAUSE of drivers like him :)


That's wrong, American vehicles since 1970 have been built to be most efficient at a sustained 1.9k rpm in any gear. In most vehicles this equates out to somewhere between 50 and 65 at top gear.
DGBEACH
not rated yet Dec 17, 2008
That's wrong, American vehicles since 1970 have been built to be most efficient at a sustained 1.9k rpm in any gear. In most vehicles this equates out to somewhere between 50 and 65 at top gear.

Sorry, 90 km/hr IS closer to 50 mi/hr...you're right. However, my original point stands; driving faster does lead to higher fuel consumption, and this device will NOT lower your consumption, and thus will end up costing you MORE money in the long run!

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