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    my bad, i don't take notice of the speed much, i use the speedo in my car
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    Well, I use the GPS speed readout to know how much faster than what my speedo is showing I can drive
    Sofar this information was useful enough and I was able to get away with tickets (knock on wood ), but, as I said, I think I'll have some trouble persuading the policeman that I was driving -36kmph

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    i used speed in map monkey because it was in big yellow writing but its very small in CF so i don't use it anymore. Shouldn't your speedo be a little over rated anyway? for example, when you are doing 60 km/h, most cars will show 65km/h. Does the police also take into account of laser gun error? in australia, they usually record your speed and take 2-5% off. If get pinned at 61km/h (60km limit), this would not be speeding after they take off the 2%.
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    how do i set the speed meter to metric ?
    it only shows miles

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    CF RC3 Speed Errors (And Postcode too !)

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