Like anything on your phone, you want to be careful about using Trapster while you’re driving, but fortunately Trapster’s mobile apps help you to concentrate on the road rather than looking at your phone’s screen. If you spot a speed trap, you can report it just by clicking the screen. If you’re approaching a speed trap, Trapster will speak to you (in one of several selectable voices) to let you know. In addition to speed traps, it’s aware of red light cameras and other road issues.
Trapster Is A Free Mobile App To Help You Avoid Speed Traps
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