Does anyone know what Canadian cities the Garmin Cyclops Safety Cameras work for? Also, how accurate are they?
I just activated the 30-day trial but won't be in most cities (aside from Toronto) before it expires. I don't want to blow money on something with inferior coverage.
Just an update. I've received accurate red light camera notifications in Hamilton, Toronto, and Kitchener-Waterloo.
What I REALLY like about the Cyclops cameras is they are direction-oriented. When 2 two-lane roads intersect, a red light POI file will be incorrect 75% of the time.
The only issue I had was when the red light camera notification went off on me while I was on the 401. The street parallel to the 401 had a red light camera aimed in the same direction that I was travelling.
We discussed having our red light files direction oriented. Problem with that is, depending where the Cameras is placed, you could swing it to point in another direction. No what? People would start screaming that they got a ticket and it's out fault. Slow down. The reason your Cyclops thingy went off on the 401 is because the distance is set too far. Seems to me its preset. I set my distance to 300 feet on redlight camera files and 2000ft for speed cameras. Now I must admit, there are some instances where my Speed Camera file alerts me and there's no Camera on the road i'm traveling on. Always near an Over pass. Which means its on the over pass, not where I am. No biggy I still slow down.
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