Besides serving as a guide, it detects all the radars on the journey using laser so that you can get to your destination with an intact wallet and no penalty points or suspended license.
When a radar is detected, a warning is displayed on the screen as well as the frequency with which it operates.
The “Mark Location” option can help you save not only points of interest on the map, but also the trap areas or the areas with false alarms.
The 5-inch touch screen is large enough to help you easily observe the map, as well as the navigation parameters or any alert that might appear.
IQ Navigation Passport costs about 650 dollars, and deliveries are made only in the United States from the official site.
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