Today, in France, first average speed radar

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Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby glenan56 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:33 pm

+1

Yes, I confirm,
first average radar speed in France so It could be very usefull to integrate this kind of radar in Waze.
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Re: Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby JAAP99 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:18 pm

dmcconachie wrote:Please read the rest of the thread before posting exactly the same question!
We have these in the UK, existing speedcam reporting works adequately, no need to rush to add anything new.
As an aside, I hate these things but my they are effective!

I don’t think such, and other previous messages feel the same way …
Take a look to verify if they are effective:
http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-13h/premier-radar-de-troncon-comment-ca-marche-7368520.html
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Re: Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby dmcconachie » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:25 pm

JAAP99 wrote:Hello,
Is it planned an update Waze integrating radar section?
Because they will very quickly be deployed in France and in many other European countries such as Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands or Swiss.
http://www.lepoint.fr/auto-addict/securite/radars-de-troncon-ca-roule-19-06-2012-1475295_657.php
http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-13h/premier-radar-de-troncon-comment-ca-marche-7368520.html
We should be able to report the first and then the second radar to warn of the end of the section monitored by a specific color flashing (like yellow)!
Regards

Please read the rest of the thread before posting exactly the same question!

We have these in the UK, existing speedcam reporting works adequately, no need to rush to add anything new.

As an aside, I hate these things but my they are effective!

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Re: Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby deeggo » Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:32 pm

Timbones wrote:I'd have thought that the signs by the road would be sufficient warning for motorists...

In the Netherlands, there are no signs by the road for this. You just have to keep your average speed on a couple of km stretch under the limit.

There is an item on uservoice you can vote on, to implement this kind of trap.
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Re: Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby timbucks » Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:21 pm

Timbones wrote:I'd have thought that the signs by the road would be sufficient warning for motorists...


No. You forget that sat nav systems absolve the user of all responsibility for their actions. If the sat nav says turn right and the signage says otherwise then it's obvious the real world signage is at fault. [sarcasm]

So you can guess I agree with you

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Re: Re: Re: Today, in France, first average speed radar

Postby dmcconachie » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:42 pm

JAAP99 wrote:
dmcconachie wrote:Please read the rest of the thread before posting exactly the same question!
We have these in the UK, existing speedcam reporting works adequately, no need to rush to add anything new.
As an aside, I hate these things but my they are effective!

I don’t think such, and other previous messages feel the same way …
Take a look to verify if they are effective:
http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-13h/premier-radar-de-troncon-comment-ca-marche-7368520.html

I don't need to take a look, I've seen with my own eyes as traffic slows down.

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