RoadPilot extends the free trial-period of its speed camera detection application

Article by Christian A., on January 9, 2011

RoadPilot has decided to extend the free trial-period of the RoadPilot Mobile, a speed camera detection application after receiving reports this week that a fine was imposed on a British driver for flashing his headlights to warn fellow motorists of a nearby mobile speed camera site.

This application is offered on a wide range of smartphones and it includes a real-time alert facility that enables the user to notify other members of the RoadPilot Mobile user community if they pass a mobile speed camera site. This application totally erases the need for headlight-flashed warnings.

RoadPilot Mobile is a GPS speed camera alert application that integrates its comprehensive database of fixed and mobile speed camera locations.

With the extension of the trial period, RoadPilot Mobile can then be available on a free trial basis to all users who download the application before February 28, 2011. RoadPilot Mobile quickly informs users where all upcoming cameras are located, as well as the road’s local speed limit.

RoadPilot boasts to have one of the most accurate databases available. Its method of data acquisition is superior over its rivals since it has a team of surveyors who physically visit each fixed camera site.

Consumers may download the RoadPilot Mobile app to the full range of Nokia smartphones, such as its latest N8, and it may be used in current Blackberry devices too. RoadPilot will soon announce how soon the application can be available on other platforms, including Apple’s iPhone.

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