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24-05-2012, 15:29   #1
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GPS in France warning

This was brought to my attention today, and I don't recall seeing a thread for it.

http://www.garmin.com/uk/extras-camera-alerts/#france

and don't forget your breathalyzer!
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24-05-2012, 15:56   #2
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Breathalyser wont be law until July and wont be enforced by the Police until November. Thats my understanding.

Think its best to turn off all speed warnings on GPS devices in France.
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24-05-2012, 23:02   #3
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All the fixed cameras I have seen in France normally have a sign warning that they are there there about a kilometer before them. Not much of an issue on the motorway in the MH.
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All the fixed cameras I have seen in France normally have a sign warning that they are there there about a kilometer before them. Not much of an issue on the motorway in the MH.
Yeah but word has it that all these camera warning signs are to be removed :-)
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Yeah but word has it that all these camera warning signs are to be removed :-)
Appears that France needs to generate finance too??
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06-06-2012, 11:51   #6
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Here at the moment and a lot of the signs are gone the gps warns us but no camera sign in the area have noticed a few cars with npr systems going into towns and villages one even had a baby seat in it, and most of the drivers are now sticking to the speed limit
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