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    Default Road Angel - substantial discounts

    I've got a promotional code to obtain Road Angel's at heavily discounted prices.

    Anybody interested please PM me for details

    Road Angel Compact
    • 50 off retail price at 149 (normal cost 199)
    • Number one selling driver safety database in the UK
    • GPS alert device for road safety cameras and accident black spots
    • Drivers using Road Angel* had:74 per cent less speeding endorsements and 50 per cent less accidents
    • Clear display of speed and direction of travel
    • Advisory speed limit of road at hazard
    • Includes six months free updates, thereafter 3.99 per month for updates (minimum contract 12 months)
    *1 million mile test over 6 months

    Road Angel Navigator
    • 100 off retail price at 399 (normal cost 499)
    • The only fully integrated personal navigation and driver alert system
    • Selectable full screen Road Angel alert system
    • Full UK street level mapping
    • Automatic and instant re-route functionality
    • Full postcode search
    • Speed display, voice prompts and advisory speed limit at hazard
    • Optional European street level mapping available at separate cost
    • Includes six months free driver safety database updates, thereafter 3.99 per month for updates (minimum contract 12 months)

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    IS Roadangel purely a GPS database, or does it have detection as well?
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    These ones are just GPS based but you can add a Laser detector onto the navigator for another 100.

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    The Navigator deal's a belter. Shame i've paid up already for RA2 and Tom Tom units

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    Has anyone got any experience of the roadpilot system, because I think it looks better than the RoadAngel?

    If I can't find anyone with experience of this system in the next day, then I'll probably buy the RoadAngel one

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    Whats the difference between a "Compact RoadAngel" + laser and the "New RoadAngel" which makes the later so much more expensive?

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    Many thanks to Graham . My wife has just ordered me Christmas present - a Navigator:santa2: . I'll tell her about it when she gets home in a few minutes .

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    Quote Originally Posted by trax
    Whats the difference between a "Compact RoadAngel" + laser and the "New RoadAngel" which makes the later so much more expensive?
    check out the road angel website www.roadangel.co.uk

    Think the main difference is that the navigator also has a fully equipped sat nav system built in

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    I'm not sure so are these ones with laser detectors still legal and if they are, have anybody heard that they would became illegal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamS
    .....I've got a promotional code to obtain Road Angel's at heavily discounted prices.
    i am really, truthfully sorry for the hijack, graham, but this image came to mind whilst i read the above:
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