Finally, the citizenry will be able to rebut formerly unilateral evidence of speeding violations with evidence of their own. Long overdue.
A Savvy GPS Device Faces Off Against Police Radar
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) July 17, 2008 — Eighteen-year-old Shaun Malone has a few people to thank for being able to plead “Not Guilty” to a speeding offence – his parents, who installed a GPS device in his car, and Rocky Mountain Tracking, the service provider of that device.
“Because of our GPS tracking data, Malone and his parents can protest the imposition of an unfair speeding ticket,” says Brad Borst, Founder and President of Rocky Mountain Tracking, and who is also a former Police Officer.
Police radar found Malone driving at 62 mph in a 45-mph zone. However, Malone’s parents, who installed the Rocky Mountain Tracking GPS device in his car to monitor his driving, found the device tracked him driving at, and not above, the speed limit.