Around 35 million speeding tickets are issued each year in the Australia. 79% of Australians say they have gotten at least one speeding ticket so if you got one before, you are not alone!
The average fine for a speeding ticket in Australia is $200, but most importantly, your auto insurance rates will also rise by 300% after you receive a speeding ticket! You have to spend thousands of dollars on tickets and insurance and there was nothing you could do about it, until now...
Luckily, that's all about to change. With the SpeedGuard , you can detect police radar mile away! Aussie drivers will no longer have to give their hard earned money away to the police. People are now driving in a smart way, saving them thousands of dollars.
For some of you who never experience using a radar * detector before, you might ask: What are they? Are they legal, and do they even work?
The SpeedGuard radar detector is legal to use in the Western Australia
Basically, police catch you speeding with a doppler radar-based device, what we called a radar gun, that can detect how fast a vehicle is going. Most Australian police's radar guns use signals across a variety of wavelength bands: usually K, and Ka.
A radar detector can detect all police radar signals from a mile away, and raise an alarm to notify you and not risk the chance of receiving a speeding ticket.
The best part is that it is incredibly simple and easy to setup. Literally, all you need to do is take the device out of its box and put it in your car and turn it on. That's it! And because of how simple and easy it is to use, millions of Aussies drivers have already started taking advantage of this new technology.
Well, there’s the rub. The reality is most drivers travel roads where speed limits change at various points, often without their knowledge, elevating the risk of being caught in a trap. More to the point, the National Motorist Association estimates that 1/3 of all speed enforcement citations are erroneous.
When put in that light, it isn’t too hard to see the value in a detector. In fact, put simply, the detector pays for itself by saving a driver from only 1 ticket, not even mentioning the increase in your insurance premiums.
You invest in your car and insurance to protect yourself from accidents, from breakdowns, and from the carelessness of others. Why wouldn’t you invest to protect yourself from speeding fines as well? After all, in normal circumstances the alert from your detector will be nothing more than a reminder to check that your speed is still within the safe range in which you normally operate.