13 Apr 2005
Source: Press Release.
The UK Government has failed to ban the devices that allow a motorist to know the location of mobile speed cameras and hand held police laser guns. The proposed new legislation failed because Parliament could not agree on the ban and the Government ran out of time to make a decision before the election.
The supplier of one of the best selling speed camera spotters, the Quintezz XT7000 Plus, has announced they will now increase production to meet demand now the law has failed. Mark Cornwall of www.carparts-direct.co.uk the UK supplier of the Quintezz said, “This is brilliant news - the Government’s failure means motorists will now have a legal defence against the greedy hidden mobile speed cameras and laser guns that are everywhere across the UK - this is great news for us and great news for our customers.”
The company supplying the Quintezz offers a guarantee that if the user receives a speeding ticket while their unit is fitted, the driver is paid £60 cash-back. The unit, which costs, £199 is designed to spot both Gatso and mobile laser speed traps.