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INFORAD Moto V1 motorbike GPS speed camera alert + In-car charger Doubler.

Bikers finally have their very own speed camera alert. Thanks to the Moto V1 from Inforad, youll be alerted of risky areas to prevent you from braking at the last minute. Perfectly adapted to motorcycles, this speed camera alert is perfect for the constraints of 2-wheelers with its 2-part design. The Moto V1 includes a stationary part that stays hooked onto the motorbike and a removable part that contains the electronic circuits. The Moto V1 comes with a USB cable for easy updates via the Internet. The Moto V1s database covers over 10,000 speed camera zones in Europe. It runs directly on your motorcycles battery and will prevent you from picking up any nasty fines. 2 year warranty

***Essential for those who like to 'exercise the throttle' in this camera filled country and NO I haven't told you to speed, freewill :). This will also not detect incompetant car drivers who pull out or run into you as they didn't see you !!!. (I use both cars & bikes)*** Rant over. DRIVE / RIDE ALIVE PEOPLE

**Only obvious problem I see as a biker: is race rep bikes don't have a cigarette lighter socket ??
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#1
So it doesn't actually detect speed cameras then, it just has a database of knowing hotspots.
#2
For a bike, yet has an in-car charger ?????
#3
kyalion
For a bike, yet has an in-car charger ?????


Some bikes do have a 12v power socket. Most BMW's for example
#4
The majority of motorcyclists are dangerous when they drive at normal speed and need no encouragement to 'exercise the throttle' and put themselves and other road users at risk.
#5
I don't believe in any sort of speed camera warning equipment.

you should never speed. speed kills.

the cameras are there for REASONS
#6
Uridium
Some bikes do have a 12v power socket. Most BMW's for example


Never realised that :oops:

Learnt something today :whistling:
#7
WeeWifie
I don't believe in any sort of speed camera warning equipment.

you should never speed. speed kills.

the cameras are there for REASONS


So how many people have died on F1 tracks in the last 10 years? Exactly, speed does not kill - bad driving kills!
#8
Bad driving kills, either fast or slow. I have seen a video of a old woman driving into an old man at a petrol station. 5-10mph. bad driver not speed. and if you look at satistics the majority of car crashes with bikes and cars are at low speeds. mobile phones, smoking at the wheel, chatting at the wheel, drink driving, drug driving (where are the police test to catch them)
#9
WeeWifie
I don't believe in any sort of speed camera warning equipment.

you should never speed. speed kills.

the cameras are there for REASONS


They certainly are - to generate CASH
#10
Oh I do hope Mr Jeremy Clarkson is reading this. Love to get his opinion again on cameras, speed and death on the roads.
#11
Dedcon
The majority of motorcyclists are dangerous when they drive at normal speed and need no encouragement to 'exercise the throttle' and put themselves and other road users at risk.


you'll probably find more motorcyclists deaths are due to car users with no consideration for anything else on the rode!
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Dedcon
The majority of motorcyclists are dangerous when they drive at normal speed and need no encouragement to 'exercise the throttle' and put themselves and other road users at risk.


I expect you are old, wear a flat cap and drive a volvo or skoda. you are a danger on the road an pull out in front of motorcyclists. You probably think they ride quickly and are irresponsible because they overtake you when you are working on forming a large queue behing you at 30mph on a major A road. Motorcycles are involved in lots of accidents because they are not seen - NOT through their own stupidity (except a small group of young or 'born again' bikers). The consequences of accidents involving them are normally serious because they are vulnerable. There is no evidence that accidents are related to speed - just the consequences tend to be worse. I would put money on the fact that their vulnerability and awareness of other traffic makes them safer riders/drivers than most people who have never ridden a bike. I know I look for them when you probably don't.

Rant over.

r.
#13
rheumatoid
I expect you are old, wear a flat cap and drive a volvo or skoda. you are a danger on the road an pull out in front of motorcyclists. You probably think they ride quickly and are irresponsible because they overtake you when you are working on forming a large queue behing you at 30mph on a major A road. Motorcycles are involved in lots of accidents because they are not seen - NOT through their own stupidity (except a small group of young or 'born again' bikers). The consequences of accidents involving them are normally serious because they are vulnerable. There is no evidence that accidents are related to speed - just the consequences tend to be worse. I would put money on the fact that their vulnerability and awareness of other traffic makes them safer riders/drivers than most people who have never ridden a bike. I know I look for them when you probably don't.

Rant over.

r.


well ranted :)
#14
Dedcon
The majority of motorcyclists are dangerous when they drive at normal speed and need no encouragement to 'exercise the throttle' and put themselves and other road users at risk.


Another frustrated car driver who is jealous of the traffic jam busting abilities of motorcycles. Probably the sort of person who closes the gap to prevent motorcycles filtering through, then sits smug in his Rover 75 feeling good that he has stopped another "suicidal idiotic young lout" getting to his destination quicker than himself.

Get a life!

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