A HELP FOR SPEED MANIACS
Recently a system is under development that will help the drivers used to breaking the speed limit give up their habits. Instead of maintaining the current technology in checking speed, which makes it sometimes hard for extreme drivers to notice when they are above the legal speed, some clever minds have thought to give a helping hand to these drivers themselves, the others on the road and the road police by developing it.
This change has been brought about by the new Rossini Navigator System, so sensitive it can trace the presence of over 24,000 speed cameras across 270,000 miles of road in the entire United Kingdom. The main idea is to warn speed lovers they should not push further through this newly designed traffic installation. So besides the speed cameras, which are perhaps the nasty riderís worst nightmares, now an analogue system to make them attentive about the presence of these cameras has been designed so the excuses for not knowing that the accepted speed has been surpassed will become obsolete.
Besides this, the vehicle drivers have the chance to make use of the speed checkers throughout their journeys, so to increase the chance of keeping their speed impulses under control. These new measures are like great gifts to unruly people from the traffic, because it helps them keep their motor insurance premiums for a longer period. Thatís in fact the main target of the inventors. They know that undoubtedly the easiest way of promoting their new brainchild is to inform nasty drivers that their invention is made especially to keep their motor insurance premium intact.
Whatís even more striking, the supplier of the device, Car Part Direct, has vowed to offer any driver that has not been warned properly about the speed cameras a damage fee of ₤60. This shall help the system become compulsory on all of Britainís roads.
Of course, as Mark Cornwall of Car Part Direct pointed out, the brand new system has to be 100% reliable; otherwise it may cause important financial damage to its launchers. The portable device which can be owned virtually by any driver consists of a satnav package, an intelligently made speed camera spotter, a postcode search, some journey instructions for all kinds of trips, a turn-by-turnÖto put it short, everything you would need to be aware all the time of how fast you are exactly travelling.
Recent surveys help support the claims that present speed cameras alone cannot make the roads a safer place. Indeed, some 40 per cent of interviewed car drivers are of this opinion. According to the AA insurance the price for motor insurance premiums increases by 17% through receiving a speed ticket. Yet with the new technology ready to be installed, this peril is about to be diminished.
Finally, the Kwik-Fit Insurance makes it able for car insurance costumers to receive a 15% reduction if they are in contact with it.
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