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  1. Why I need a Speed Awareness Device?

    Why I need a Speed Awareness Device? Many drivers out there think they don’t speed, they assume they drive well and I am sure you do, they all assume because they have not been caught speeding then they do not speed and because of those reasons above assume they don’t need a speed awareness device.   Road Angel Pure Speed Awareness products has been keeping the drivers of Read more...
  2. Stronger penalties for using a handheld phone while driving

    Stronger penalties for using a handheld phone while driving 1 March 2017 the Police are enforcing stronger penalties for using a handheld phone while driving. At the time of the campaign launch, more than 26,000 drivers have been issued with 6 penalty points on their drivers license and over 500 new drivers lost there drivers license. THINK! campaign results show that whilst awareness of the penalty Read more...
  3. What should I buy my loved one for Christmas?

    What should I buy my loved one for Christmas? As we fast approach winter the  Christmas advertising has started, with Christmas ads from all types of business they are all fighting to sell you that Christmas gift for a loved one that he or she may only use for a few days and if it’s really impressive longer. Well why not be different and buy the Christmas gift of life? Road Angel Pure Read more...
  4. Smart Motorways - What does it all mean?

    Smart Motorways - What does it all mean? A couple of weeks ago I was driving South bound on the M1 and was probably around Junction 25.  There was quite a big accident on the North bound carriageway involving what looked like 2 HGV’s and two or three cars.  The emergency services were present and they were just starting to let the traffic filter past the incident.  The Smart Motorway Read more...
  5. Smart Motorways And the Benefits of having them

    Smart Motorways And the Benefits of having them It seems that never a week goes by without some form of criticism from the press, regarding Smart Motorways. So, are Smart Motorways actually making a difference to us who travel the motorways? And is it time to showcase the benefits for a change? Here is my story About eighteen months ago I was travelling south bound on the M1, between Read more...
  6. A claim against - why Speed Awareness NOT Dash Cams is better for all of us

    A claim against - why Speed Awareness NOT Dash Cams is better for all of us Ever since the UK car insurance industry starting to advertise insurance policy discounts for policy holders who have Dash Cams, the market in the UK has gone through the roof!  We can’t get enough of them and its created a whole industry from something that we all think will save us money!   Well guess what, I have 10 years no claims Read more...
  7. Firmware 652 is out NOW!

    Firmware 652 is out NOW!  The latest Road Angel Pure update brings a fix for the bus lane camera feature, this will enable you to toggle on/off properly. We have also increased the number of bus lane camera detection locations to over 900 cameras Read more...
  8. Smart Motorways and Variable Speed Limits

    Smart Motorways and Variable Speed Limits Highways England sometimes vary the speed limit on certain sections of motorway to steady the flow of traffic and reduce traffic congestion. Variable speed limits can be set at busy times, in conjunction with a Red X sign or to manage a hazard, broken down vehicle or incident. They can also be automatically triggered by sensors which monitor Read more...
  9. Firmware Version 2.6.0.648 - Snap to Road & Bus Lanes Support!

    Firmware Version 2.6.0.648 - Snap to Road & Bus Lanes Support! Our latest firmware includes the highly anticipated new Snap to Road feature, bringing true elimination of false alerts. This feature also brings a welcome increase to the precision of alerts as a handy by-product so if you notice an improved response, you know why! Some bus lane enforcement cameras are notorious for generating up to £1.5 Read more...
  10. Using a Phone While Driving

    Using a Phone While Driving Using a hand-held mobile phone while DRIVING IS ILLEGAL. Police are now using Cameras and patrolling the roads and motorways in unmarked HGV’s and buses, catching culprits in the act. South Wales Operation Tramline started in April to catch drivers using a mobile phone on the M4 corridor. It was reported that 120 vehicles were stopped, 84 Read more...

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