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Win a £399 Micro RoadPilot : 9th May 2005

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Win a Micro RoadPilot

Road safety using GPS
Smaller than a ginger nut biscuit, the MicroRoad Pilot is the worlds smallest GPS road safety system, and weve got one to give away to a lucky winner. Retailing at £399 these super gadgets may be small, but they certainly arent simple.

The MicroRoad Pilot can detect all speed cameras, at a distance of 20 miles, and as it can measure your speed and direction of travel it will only alert you to speed cameras that are pointing in your direction of travel, and only when you are actually exceeding the speed limit.

Break down co-ordinates
The RoadPilot has a positioning guide with your precise coordinates so that if you find yourself broken down, not sure exactly where you are, all is not lost. It can also warn you when youre approaching London congestion charge zones.

Gadget offer
In addition to this prize, the winner will receive a gadget pack containing a sim-saver, credit card multitool and micro-light torch. Boysstuff are giving away these gadget packs when you buy a Micro RoadPilot. For more details about the Micro RoadPilot, check out http://www.boysstuff.co.uk

Speaking of clever gadgets, BMW have developed a speed safety prompt that uses GPS technology to detect when the car is exceeding the speed limit, and increases resistance on the accelerator pedal. http://www.channel4.com/4car/feature/feature/bmwconnecteddrive-1787/bmwconnecteddrive-1787-5.html You can read more about this here and it might help you to answer the question below!

Question: What is the name of BMWs speed safety device, as mentioned above?

Active Accelerator Pedal 8)
Pedal Power Device
Speed Sensor

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Competition closes on the 9th May 2005
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