# Garmin 3790T Red light camera question

I just received my Garmin nuvi 3790T and I have a silly question. I'm using the free 30 day trial for red light cameras and when I come up to one it pops up a camera icon along with a mph (i.e. 5mph). I've been trying to figure out what the mph means but can't find an answer anywhere. Does anyone know? Thanks for your help!

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 sammybocat wrote: I just received my Garmin nuvi 3790T and I have a silly question. I'm using the free 30 day trial for red light cameras and when I come up to one it pops up a camera icon along with a mph (i.e. 5mph). I've been trying to figure out what the mph means but can't find an answer anywhere. Does anyone know? Thanks for your help! Since no one has answered your question,they might think this is a joke if it is not,here is the answer.M=Miles P=Per H=Hour,Miles Per Hour or 5 miles per hour using your example.

### So I now have a silly question

 mdh31951 wrote: sammybocat wrote: I just received my Garmin nuvi 3790T and I have a silly question. I'm using the free 30 day trial for red light cameras and when I come up to one it pops up a camera icon along with a mph (i.e. 5mph). I've been trying to figure out what the mph means but can't find an answer anywhere. Does anyone know? Thanks for your help! Since no one has answered your question,they might think this is a joke if it is not,here is the answer.M=Miles P=Per H=Hour,Miles Per Hour or 5 miles per hour using your example. If its a red light camera....why does it show 5mph?
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### An example

 It seems the OP used it as an example only, therefore qualifying the use of 'i.e.'.
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### An

 An example would probably be e.g. but i.e. which is used in place of 'that is' or 'in other words', works just as well in this case.
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