Download trip data

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Download trip data

Postby beffl » Thu Nov 22, 2012 4:58 pm

Thats something i'm highly interestet, too!!!!


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Re: Download trip data

Postby BlazeTool » Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:01 am

grahamk wrote:I was already alerted by waze that there was a speed trap in the area, so I was watching my speed very closely and i was going about 65 in a 55.


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Re: Download trip data

Postby bz2012 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:03 pm

I would sure like to be able to download all my trip data at one time.
The data is clearly there. Need someone to write an add-on script that will access it and put it into a CSV or other format for import into excel, etc.
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Re: Download trip data

Postby cherianchris » Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:05 pm

Hi Graham,

Even if you do manage to get the data, do you think the police officer would not have his own data to back his claim? Think!

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Download trip data

Postby grahamk » Thu Nov 22, 2012 3:56 pm

I got a speeding ticket - yeah - I was speeding. But no way in hell i was going as fast as the officer says i was. I was running waze at the time. It seems to me that if i had the raw data from the trip that I might be able to use it in court. I there a way to get that data? I have tried loading the segment into the map editor and it just sit at "loading" forever......
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Re: Download trip data

Postby grahamk » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:48 pm

The police officer made a mistake. They were running a speed trap from aircraft and at the point in time that I was ticketed I was already alerted by waze that there was a speed trap in the area, so I was watching my speed very closely and i was going about 65 in a 55. Meanwhile a car that is almost identical to mine passed me on the right at a high rate of speed. I got a ticket for going 87.

I'm probably screwed - but I'm looking for the data anyway - I think it exists(?)..
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Re: Download trip data

Postby grahamk » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:52 pm

Think!


I'm not a complete idiot - but thanks for the tip.
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Re: Download trip data

Postby grahamk » Sun Nov 25, 2012 3:31 pm

Yeah - going 65 in a 55 in this particular spot is really unpopular - it clogs up the highway. The Colorado State Patrol could pull over everyone who drives this stretch of highway, and they do so on a regular basis. Going 10 over is widely considered acceptable. You gotta admit, getting a ticket for 87 while driving 65 is kind of annoying - particularly when it's a $300+ fine - particularly when it's clear what happened - they clocked the guy who passed me dangerously on the right in a similar car.

As far as notes that the officer has - they say that despite the fact that the other driver passed me on the right I was pulling away from him all the way down the stretch of highway in question. I think that leads to easy reasonable doubt as it would be impossible for me to be passed by someone i was "pulling away from" the entire stretch.

So anyway - rather than discuss the ethics of speeding, or the accuracy of the officer in question, I'm curious if anyone knows how to get their hands on the data?
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