Personally, I'd police it by submitting map corrections for a speed camera that doesn't exist, and then just sit and watch for drivers to break suddenly in the middle of nowhere. Simple!Itzben said:Haha is that law that sat navs must have the speed camera do dah switched off abroad?? How can they police it?
gordoac said:Sure, but we haven't got an answer to your question, and I would be very interested to know the answer. So the M & M shows speed limits and can be set up to warn if they are being exceeded, but does it warn of speed cameras and if so, how can the warning be disabled for France? I've looked through the handbook but I can't find the answer, do any of the gurus out there know?
collos25 said:You do not have to carry breatherlizers anymore that law was repealed some months ago.If your sat nav shows speed limits most do then as stated already it is an offence to have the device switched on.French issue sat navs do not now have this feature so I am informed.
We have a few stretches of motorway where the use of CC is forbidden.Collas said:What have the Belgians got against cruise control?
Showing the posted speed limits on a SatNav is not the issue.collos25 said:If your sat nav shows speed limits most do then as stated already it is an offence to have the device switched on.