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Version 15.055 - 31 May 2017

This release sees 32 static and mobile speed cameras added/removed/modified across the various speed camera databases. Please keep submitting all sightings of mobile speed cameras so we can keep our database up to date with active sites. Apparently-inactive sites are regularly removed from the database (note that these do not get included in the total above).

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Posted by maft on Wednesday, May 31 @ 14:47:26 EDT

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Reviews: Reviewed: AlcoSense Excel Breathalyser

Reviewed: AlcoSense Excel Breathalyser


Driving whilst impaired through alcohol is now almost universally regarded as anti-social. Long gone are the days when it was acceptable to drive to the pub, down a skin full and then drive home again. The first blood alcohol limit for drivers was introduced in January 1966 and although numerous campaigns have reduced the number of drink driving casualties the previous steady decline has changed to an increase in recent years with statistics showing a large rise due to "morning after"¯ driving offences.

And that's where I see alcohol breathalysers devices such as those manufactured by AlcoSense that I am reviewing here come into play

Read the full review here: AlcoSense Excel Breathalyser

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Thursday, May 18 @ 17:30:25 EDT

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Reviews: Reviewed: RAC 05 GPS-Enabled DashCam with Speed Cameras

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The first thing that caught my eye with the RAC 05 was the built in screen. Oh, that and the fact that it comes bundled with our very own CamerAlert speed camera database. At this point you might be wondering how I can review an item when I have a vested interest in it. But please rest assured that this review WILL be unbiased - partly because the speed camera integration is only a small part of the product but mainly because, well, that's just what we do.

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Posted by maft on Thursday, March 10 @ 10:08:29 EST

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Reviews: Brodit iPad Mini Retina Holder Reviewed

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Brodit make some of the best device holders on the market. I took a look at the Brodit 521584 iPad Mini active holder with cig-plug. Putting it through its paces in both my personal car and in rental cars I wanted to see how transferrable it could be and of course how stable and secure the mounting solution would be.

I have a number of devices that I use regularly, and a larger number that I use occasionally. I also do a lot of travelling in rental cars so I need a mounting solution that is not only transportable between vehicles, but can easily be installed and removed quickly and easily. Of course the other main criteria are that my device is held firmly and it can be powered as well.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Monday, June 22 @ 09:51:43 EDT

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Reviews: Review of the TomTom GO 60 SatNav

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TomTom have a new range of connected SatNavs that are reverting to the original concept of using your phone data to provide a connection to the TomTom servers to get up to date information.

The new GO x0 devices are differentiated by size. The GO 40 has a 4.3" screen, the GO 50 has a 5" screen and the GO 60 has, you guessed it, a 6" screen. All of the models come with lifetime TomTom Traffic information and also lifetime Map updates.

As I am advancing in years I decided to opt for the TomTom GO 60 with the large 6" screen. The idea was that the larger the screen the better I would be able to read what is on it.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Thursday, February 12 @ 10:35:12 EST

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Reviews: Driving in Saudi Arabia

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As an ex-pat living and working in Saudi Arabia I couldn't help raising an eyebrow and a resigned smile reading the weekly newsletter editorial recently.

The case of the van driver that ran a red light having passed stationary queuing traffic may have seemed outrageous, but it's an all too common event here in Riyadh, where I have lived for the past 4 years. This happens in front of me every few minutes when travelling on Riyadh's road network, something I have to endure for two hours each day.

There are many fatalities with published death rates averaging 19 a day, not to mention the thousands of injuries that could so easily be prevented if the drivers here showed just a little consideration. Oh and a bit of concentration wouldn't go amiss either! Road accidents are the biggest single cause of hospital admissions alone.


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Posted by Darren Griffin on Thursday, January 29 @ 04:57:52 EST

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Reviews: Reviewed: Garmin StreetPilot for iPhone



The latest version of Garmin's StreetPilot for iPhone offers full route guidance with spoken instructions and on-board mapping. There are add-ons that can be purchased in-app to further enhance the functionality, including Traffic, 3D Panoramas, photoLive Traffic Cameras, Urban Guidance etc. Some of these add-ons are available for free and include PhotoReal Junction Views and 3D Landmarks. This review focuses on the free components of the app as purchased in the Apple iTunes AppStore.

Garmin has had a few forays into navigation on the smartphone platform, all of which failed abysmally for one reason or another. With this in mind I was wondering what the new app would bring to my iPhone. Well I can say that I am pleasantly surprised! At first sight the app looks exactly the same as the established PND software. Indeed if you have a dedicated Garmin SatNav then you will be right at home with this iPhone app.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Wednesday, December 18 @ 08:24:11 EST

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Reviews: Reviewed: TomTom GO 6000

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The TomTom GO 6000 is the Dutch navigation stalwart's current top of the range PND. It boasts a massive 6inch screen as well as their latest 'NAV4' software. The 6000 is also the only model of their latest batch of GOs (announced earlier this year) that has its own data connection without the need to connect to your smartphone. So, is bigger really better? Is the new map-centric NAV4 software any good? Can TomTom be forgiven for not including 3rd party POI support (again)?

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Posted by maft on Monday, December 09 @ 22:53:17 EST

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Reviews: Reviewed: Garmin HUD (Head-Up Display)

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When Garmin announced the HUD earlier in the year it was the first time in a long time that I've actually thought "wow, finally something to get excited about". But then the cynic in me was saying things like "it's only your speed and directions, it doesn't even show a map" and my optimism dwindled. Once I saw the HUD was available on the Garmin UK website my interest perked up again and I wanted to see if it was just a gimmick or if it was actually a useful peripheral. I finally managed to get my hands on one recently and put my cynicism and optimism to the test.

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Posted by maft on Wednesday, November 06 @ 19:19:42 EST

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Reviews: Reviewed: BlackVue DR550GW with Rear Camera

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Earlier this year we reviewed BlackVue’s DR500 drive recorder and we were very impressed. A sleek, GPS equipped, HD camera that also added WiFi for easy access to live video and review of recorded video files. You can read that review here.

Now BlackVue have gone one better and released the DR550 which shares a similar specification to the DR500, including the GPS and WiFi, and adds a second remote camera that can provide full coverage of the rear view.

The DR550 looks almost identical to its predecessor, the only difference being a socket on the side into which the cable from the rear camera connects. Otherwise the mounting, SD card slot and other features are the same.

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Wednesday, October 23 @ 15:14:48 EDT

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Reviews: BubblePix BubbleScope 360 Panorama Reviewed

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SmartPhones are versatile devices with capabilities from Navigation to Augmented Reality. Nowadays your phone does everything replacing the SatNav, Camera, MP3 player, etc. Oh and surprise, surprise, you can actually make phone calls with it!

One of the more innovative uses for the SmartPhone see the camera being used to make 360 degree panoramas with GPS location embedded. This is not a novel idea and there are many ways to achieve this, including built in software on the latest iPhones. However there are many shortcomings to a lot of these implementations. Bubble Pix have come up with a simple solution to create some stunning panoramas called the BubbleScope.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Wednesday, July 17 @ 11:20:11 EDT

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Reviews: Brodit Active Mount for iPhone 5

A review of the Brodit iPhone 5 active holder and proclip mount

Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone third party manufacturers have been making protective cases for them. This is all well and good, but when trying to use the phone in a car it has been virtually impossible to find a mount that will provide both a secure fitting and provide power. That has all changed now with the introduction of the Brodit iPhone 5 holders. These holders can accommodate a range of case sizes from 59mm wide and 6mm thick through to 77mm wide and 13mm thick.

Brodit have four different versions of these holders: Passive, Active with accessory plug, Active for fixed installation, and Active for cable attachment. The passive holder simply provides a holder for the iPhone 5 whereas the active holders also provide a means of powering the iPhone as well. The holders with an accessory plug provide power by using a USB to Lightning cable combined with a cigar lighter power adapter. The holders for fixed installation come with a cable with just bare wires for permanent connection to the car, and the holders for cable attachment are designed to fit the standard Apple cables which you have to provide yourself.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Tuesday, July 02 @ 13:22:30 EDT

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Reviews: Reviewed: Nikon COOLPIX AW110 GPS-Enabled Camera

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GPS gets everywhere. The rise of the smartphone has helped in this with the myriad of location-based apps that are available. Whether hunting down your local McDonalds, locating your friends, getting speed camera warnings, viewing Wikipedia facts as augmented reality over your view of a cathedral or simply taking a photo on a smartphone, GPS sticks its oar in.

We got hold of Nikon's GPS-enabled COOLPIX AW110 digital camera to test just how well it works.

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Posted by maft on Thursday, June 13 @ 11:16:14 EDT

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Reviews: Roadhawk HD Digital Driver Protection System

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We last reviewed a Roadhawk product, their DC-1 Drive Recorder, in September 2011. In-car black box video camera systems have become increasingly popular in recent years, the increasing cost of motor insurance, crash for cash scams etc, make them a unique solution that can tip the balance back in favour of the motorist.

Now Roadhawk have improved the design with the Roadhawk HD, which now uses the same lens and 1080p sensor technology as the GoProHD action cameras and an improved GPS receiver with faster signal acquisition.

For anyone still unfamiliar with what a drive recorder (or in-car black box camera) is, the concept is simple. A windscreen mounted digital video camera continuously records whilst the ignition is on. Coupled with a GPS receiver in the unit, the data is recorded to an SD card in a continuous loop of one minute long 'events'. When the memory card fills up, the oldest data is overwritten. This gives you a record of all your journeys and, the larger the capacity of the memory card, the longer your drive history.

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Posted by Darren Griffin on Thursday, January 24 @ 12:02:41 EST

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Reviews: Otterbox iPhone 5 protective cases reviewed

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Did you get a new iPhone for Christmas? If so then Otterbox can have it covered for you! The iPhone is a beautifully designed piece of technology, lovely shiny gorilla glass both front and back. And there lies the problem! the iPhone is essentially a small glass brick waiting to be dropped and have the screen shattered.

For the iPhone 5 Otterbox have a range of four different styles of case designed specifically for the iPhone: The Defender; The Commuter; The Reflex; and the Prefix. The Defender is the most rugged and the Prefix is the most accessible. Each of these is designed for a different usage model, and here designed is the operative word. These are not simple cases that enclose your iPhone, they are complex composite covers designed to absorb shocks and protect your device.

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Posted by Mike Barrett on Wednesday, January 16 @ 19:05:28 EST

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