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    Default New version of ProjectEZP.com (speedtraps for USA, MSWin Exe

    Check out the new version of ProjectEZP.com. This site provides a new free service to avoid speed traps and other tricky areas in USA and other countries. The technology is based on a database of the GPS coordinates of speed traps. To utilize this service, all you need to do is download the database to your GPS navigation system or in car computer and it will warn you when you approach one of these many known traps. The new version includes:
    - 26000 spots around the world.
    - 5800 spots in USA
    - twenty countries covered from Australia to Ukraine.
    - Windows Executable file. You can install it on your in-car computer (carputer or laptop).

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    this is better suited for the other counter measures forum...thank you though i can't wait to input some of these coordinates into my family GPS

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    Radar Detectors-V1 & BEL v995
    Laser Jammer-Laser Interceptor Quad
    GPS Camera Locator-Cheetah C100
    GPS Nav-Garmin nuvi w/Trapster
    CB Radio-Galaxy DX-949 w/Wilson 500
    Scanner-RS Pro-96

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    If only I could afford a GPS.... dont they cost money monthly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    If only I could afford a GPS.... dont they cost money monthly?
    nope

    Satelite radio cost $10 a month though

    GPS is free to use but you need a GPS system or handheld. My dad gave me his old marine GPS now that my sister and i bought him a new top of the line one that he can use out on the boat or on road trips. His is so pimp now. He let me use it for a trip up to vermont, and it worked out great. this is how it's set up from my road trip

    I didn't get lost or get a ticket woth this set up

    His old one i just use to remember fishing spots or where i kept my lobster pots[/img]

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    Radar Detectors-V1 & BEL v995
    Laser Jammer-Laser Interceptor Quad
    GPS Camera Locator-Cheetah C100
    GPS Nav-Garmin nuvi w/Trapster
    CB Radio-Galaxy DX-949 w/Wilson 500
    Scanner-RS Pro-96

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    If only I could afford a GPS.... dont they cost money monthly?
    Gee you must live a shelter life. GPS signal is free the equipment is like $400 bucks for a decent unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raresvx
    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    If only I could afford a GPS.... dont they cost money monthly?
    Gee you must live a shelter life. GPS signal is free the equipment is like $400 bucks for a decent unit.
    Decent to my standards is around 250-300.

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    Radar Detectors-V1 & BEL v995
    Laser Jammer-Laser Interceptor Quad
    GPS Camera Locator-Cheetah C100
    GPS Nav-Garmin nuvi w/Trapster
    CB Radio-Galaxy DX-949 w/Wilson 500
    Scanner-RS Pro-96

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    If only I could afford a GPS.... dont they cost money monthly?
    You can get COM port GPS receiver from eBay for ~$70.

    On the other side, if you cannot afford GPS, you may not afford good tires and brake job. Maybe you should keep your speed in check. Sorry, I do not mean to be a prick.

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    Anyone use tirerack? $40 apiece for some 210km/h low profile tires for my car that's not bad but no install :x

 

 

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