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Novus GPS Rider - Speed Camera Detection System - £49.99 Instore @ Aldi

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Just picked one of these up. works really well with voice and visual prompts.
Free Database updates too!!
8 hour internal battery
USB 2.0 compatible
Natural voice alerts and colour visual warnings
Warns to Gatso, Truvelo, SPECS, Speedmaster, DS2, traffic light cameras, accident blackspots and all other permanent safety cameras.
Speed Sensitive.
Advises speed limit (for cars) at speed camera locations.
Over speed warning in close proximity to speed cameras.
Direction Sensitive.
Accident Black Spot Positions.
Accurate Speed Reading.
Lightweight design.
Accurate Speed Reading.
Easy "Plug and play" dashboard mounting system with rubberised magnetic mount
Clearly announces and displays the legal speed limit when approaching camera sites
Optional flashing LED function when approaching camera sites
12-24volt operation.
Easily moved between vehicles (extra magnetic mount may be required).
Free speed camera subscription for Life
3 Years manufacturers warranty.

Novus GPS Rider warns you of the following:
Gatso
Specs
Truvelo
TSS/DS2
Red Light Cameras
Trafipax
Hand held laser guns - Hot Spot Areas
Mobile Detectors - Hot Spot Areas
Accident blackspots

Novus GPS Rider Installation - Simple & Easy
The Novus GPS Rider is very simple to install, using the vehicles cigerette lighter or the internal battery (no wires) taking seconds to install and remove from your vehicle.

Novus GPS Rider Subscription
The Novus GPS Rider comes with:

Free lifetime database updates included
Our comprehensive database is continually updated by a professional survey team

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    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.
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    sixpot
    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.


    Cameras do eff all for road safety. They cause people to late brake, which is more dangerous.
    yanzui
    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.



    What a load of tosh. There's been no reduction in road deaths since the introduction of cameras. It's a TAX, plain and simple. Money spinners are us.

    Bad driving + drink driving is the biggest cause of road death, not speed. these cameras aren't erected in accident blackspots. They only seem to be erected where they'll earn most cash.

    Here's a newspaper article and bang on the money IMO.

    'Britain is the speed camera capital of Europe but is fast losing the battle to reduce road deaths.
    The number of roadside cameras has trebled in six years while mobile speed traps set up across the country have increased 14-fold.

    Yet despite an unrelenting war on the motorist, Britain's record for saving lives and reducing accidents is much worse than other countries.

    An over-reliance on cameras - at a time when fewer traffic police are patrolling the roads - has led to an alarming relative rise in drink-drive deaths.

    As a result, Britain has plummeted in Europe's road-safety league table.

    Critics say this is proof that the speed-camera policy has failed. '
    shimmyman
    sixpot;2089591
    Cameras do eff all for road safety. They cause people to late brake, which is more dangerous.


    Spot on:thumbsup:
    ap123ap
    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.


    Madlover, i have been down some roads that dont display the maximum speed frequently enough, so i intend to use it for that purpose. i would much rather 'save myself' from getting some points on my licence mate.
    ap123ap
    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.


    "what a load of tosh"
    haa haa!!!! yanzui, you have gotta have some rep for that!!
    :-D:-D:-D:-D
    scrumpypaul
    my understanding is that these sort of devices are to be made illegal. don't barrack me if i've got this bit wrong though.

    wouldn't people be therefore better off buying a gps system for around £60+ which displays speed limits as you're driving and indicates your actual speed (as opposed to the speed your speedo inaccurately shows). plus the satnav would tell you where you're going too.
    happy donkey
    bad atitude to your resposibilities when you are in "control" of your vehical KILL simple as, I've seen some one DIE in front of me, just because they didnt whant to wait for a driving school car, it took 1 second
    shimmyman
    scrumpypaul;2089681


    wouldn't people be therefore better off buying a gps system for around £60+

    This is a gps system.:whistling:
    MANJ_007
    MadLover
    Save yourself some money and simply observe the speed limits.
    Who knows it might even save someones life. That why we need the cameras in the first place.


    Rubbish, just a money making scheme to rip the motorist off further. Speed cameras should only be put up where there have been serious accidents due to speed, fair enough people speed but so what, whats the use of having a 40 limit on a dual carriageway in the middle of nowhere? Yes i agree stick to the limits in town around schools / houses and parks but why on the open road?
    scrumpypaul
    shimmyman
    This is a gps system.:whistling:



    sorry, you seem to have missed my point.

    i understand devices solely for saving your bacon from speed cameras et al are to be made illegal.

    again, if i'm wrong about this, soz.

    therefore, why not, instead of shelling out £50 on this rather limited device, spend an extra tenner and get something which shows you the way too.
    ap123ap
    scrumpypaul
    sorry, you seem to have missed my point.

    i understand devices solely for saving your bacon from speed cameras et al are to be made illegal.

    again, if i'm wrong about this, soz.

    therefore, why not, instead of shelling out £50 on this rather limited device, spend an extra tenner and get something which shows you the way too.


    i cant see 60quid getting you a decent sat nav system, probably closer around the 100quid mark.
    i see your point though.
    i have a standalone tomtom and garmin on my n95, both with speed camera alerts, but this seems more convenient for me as i dont need to mess around with cradles and chargers, etc just for 'government cashpoint' alerts.
    afroylnt
    scrumpypaul
    my understanding is that these sort of devices are to be made illegal. don't barrack me if i've got this bit wrong though.

    wouldn't people be therefore better off buying a gps system for around £60+ which displays speed limits as you're driving and indicates your actual speed (as opposed to the speed your speedo inaccurately shows). plus the satnav would tell you where you're going too.


    You could be right right but I have not seen any articles/press concerning this. Do you have any links you can post ? thanks

    One disadvantage of GPS based speed warning services is that most make a yearly charge for such a service. With this device is it free after the initial purchase. (I think)
    pavc
    After I just bought one for £49 at my local Aldi, they are now clearing their stock and reduced them to £39-99 in Donnington Telford.
    MadLover
    I am sorry to go on about this again, as I have mentioned this on here before, but my nephew was killed by a speeding driver.
    In court the driver admitted that he had slowed down at a speed camera a few miles earlier yet he hit and murdered my nephew at 48 mph in a 30 area.
    DONT TELL ME THAT OBSERVING THE SPEED LIMIT IS RUBBISH!
    It that driver had been sticking to 30 he would not have killed.
    It seems to be a 'fingers in the ears' job when it comes to speeding, people just don't want to hear that they are doing wrong.

    It's the first time that I've heard that these things might be made illegal. If it is true, it is great news.
    ap123ap
    MadLover
    I am sorry to go on about this again, as I have mentioned this on here before, but my nephew was killed by a speeding driver.
    In court the driver admitted that he had slowed down at a speed camera a few miles earlier yet he hit and murdered my nephew at 48 mph in a 30 area.
    DONT TELL ME THAT OBSERVING THE SPEED LIMIT IS RUBBISH!
    It that driver had been sticking to 30 he would not have killed.
    It seems to be a 'fingers in the ears' job when it comes to speeding, people just don't want to hear that they are doing wrong.

    It's the first time that I've heard that these things might be made illegal. If it is true, it is great news.


    i am really sorry for your loss mate. your comments make full sense to me now.
    yanzui
    Anyone doing 48mph in a 30mph built up area is a bad driver and driving at that speed in such an area is unnacceptable. I don't condone that and I am really sorry about your nephew. I don't for one minute want to appear as callous or uncaring.

    I fully understand your point of view but as I said the introduction of speed cameras hasn't prevented deaths on the road.

    Speed cameras are purely there as a money raiser.

    If we want to prevent deaths on the road lets have tougher penalties for joy riders and car theft, driving without insurance, driving whilst under the influence etc etc.

    Catching a bloke doing 45mph on a dual carriageway isn't the answer.

    Catching a bloke doing 78mph on a motorway isn't the answer.

    Tougher penalties for blatant law breaking is the answer.

    I don't want to belittle or dismiss the loss of any individual. i just don't think millions of speed cameras are the answer.

    I actually believe we should have tougher speed limits ie 20mph in residential streets. Dual carriageways i'd be at 40 during rush hour and 50 at other times. Motorways up to 90mph. As someone as already stated we won't get a load of drivers slamming on their brakes and traffic would run more smoothly. IMHO.

    Cameras should only be used in accident blackspots. I've personally seen two accidents on the same bend near where I live and 3 people have died there in the last 4 years. Now that bend is a bend where speed kills and if nothing is done about it, speed will kill again there.

    Why isn't there a camera??

    It doesn't earn enough money. Simple as.
    williegofar
    Near where I live there is a speed camera on a 30mph dual carriageway. During the 7 years that I have lived where I do there has been 2 people (both children) knocked down and killed on that road (which is over a mile long). At the stretch where the speed camera is, cars slow down. As a result, children are less likely to be knocked down and much more likely to survive is they do get knocked down. That 1 camera HAS prevented deaths on that stretch of that road. To argue that speed camera don't save lives doesn't make sense.

    Are speed cameras a money making exercise? yes.
    Is it acceptable to drive above the speed limit? no.

    Speeding drivers are not the scum of the earth, but for the safety of others, drivers should stick to the speed limit. I accept that motorway driving is very different. But away from motorways there really is no excuse (Including the fact that it is a money spinner for government).

    btw; "lets have tougher penalties for joy riders and car theft, driving without insurance, driving whilst under the influence etc etc."
    I agree. They ARE scum.

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