Message from discussion Over speed indicator?
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From: Paul in Houston TX <P...@Houston.com>
Subject: Re: Over speed indicator?
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 00:03:26 -0500
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Ashton Crusher wrote:
> On Mon, 09 Apr 2012 18:30:30 -0500, Paul in Houston TX
> <P...@Houston.com> wrote:
>> Ashton Crusher wrote:
>>> On Tue, 03 Apr 2012 21:56:11 -0500, Paul in Houston TX
>>> <P...@Houston.com> wrote:
>>>> Many US cars from the 1960's had a buzzer that
>>>> you could set for any speed.
>>>> Go over that speed and the buzzer would go off.
>>>> It looks like no US made cars have that now.
> I just remembered another device that might still be around. It was a
> small GPS/database hockey device for about $100 at Fry's electronics.
> It's purpose was to alert you to known photo radar spots. It also
> could be set to give an alarm if you went over a speed you could
> input. They don't seem to have the one I bought but do have this,
> which looks similar and costs less.
Thanks! The Fry's on the southwest side of town has one.
Will have to research it first though.