A lot of people try to use radar jammers, but police departments just laugh at that. You need to keep up with current developments to stay ahead of new techniques cities are using. Handing out speeding tickets is a huge moneymaker for municipalities
Wickenburg, AZ (PRWEB) November 9, 2006
In cities where photo radar enforcement is used, having an advanced radar detector can save drivers lots of speeding tickets. The problem is, most detectors on the market don't alert drivers to all fixed camera devices.
That problem has been solved with NavAlert's new GPS based Speed Camera and Red Light Camera alert System that provides protection from all photo radar and red light cameras throughout the United States and Canada.
The tiny NavAlert unit uses an LED display along with voice announcements. When a camera is detected, a warning is triggered announcing "camera ahead" and the posted speed limit. This typically happens 500 meters from the camera position. A warning continues to alert the driver to reduce speed until the speed limit is reached.
Industry leading online retailer RadarBusters.com was recently named exclusive North American distributor for the product. It is available for immediate purchase at:
RadarBusters.com founder Radar Roy says NavAlert's new camera detection unit is exactly what many drivers need. "A lot of cities put these fixed location cameras in tricky areas where the speed limit suddenly drops unexpectedly. This unit promotes safe driving while helping drivers avoid costly tickets and all the time hassles that go with them," Roy said.
Radar Roy is a retired sheriff and veteran cop who is one of the nation's leading authorities on traffic radar. His site at http://www.RadarBusters.com features a wide selection of radar detection equipment.
All units featured and sold on the site are rigorously tested by Roy, using his long experience to weed out ineffective equipment. "A lot of people try to use radar jammers, but police departments just laugh at that. You need to keep up with current developments to stay ahead of new techniques cities are using. Handing out speeding tickets is a huge moneymaker for municipalities," Roy said.
Recently when Radar Roy equipped participants in the famous coast-to-coast Canon Ball Run race, drivers received no tickets for the first time in race history.
RadarBusters.com features extensive product reviews, tutorials, and plenty of insider advice from Roy.