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With more vehicles on the road, and increasing pressure to go faster, drivers need to be safety conscious.
This means that it is more important than ever to know where the safety cameras and dangerous areas are.
With TomTom Safety Cameras, you get advanced warnings in real time, including fixed safety cameras, mobile safety cameras and black spots.
These help to get you there safely and could save you money on speeding fines on the way.
Drive safer and save money with the most comprehensive safety warnings available, sent directly to your TomTom device.
Get automatic live updates on mobile safety camera locations Get thousands of fixed camera locations plus regular updates: including red light cameras and average speed cameras over distance (specs) Get warnings for accident blackspots and ungated railway crossings Easily report and share new or out-of-date safety camera locations yourself Avoid fines by receiving the very latest information
Independent research¹ proves that satellite navigation makes driving safer. Satellite navigation system users are less stressed, less distracted and generally feel safer. What's more, the navigation systems cut travel time and the distance driven.
¹ Read more on how a satellite navigation device increases your safety on the road.
With TomTom Safety Cameras you receive alerts on your TomTom device whenever there is a fixed or mobile safety camera on your route. You can also report safety cameras yourself and share their locations with other TomTom users.
You can even set your own preferred alert sound that you hear whenever you are in close proximity of any safety cameras.
Your device has a pre-installed base of fixed safety camera locations already included. Regular updates are also sent directly to your device via LIVE Services.
TomTom Safety Cameras uses information from the most detailed database and from the TomTom community.
LIVE Services are currently only available in Canada
Mobile Speed Cameras is part of TomTom LIVE Services. It brings you the best real-time TomTom services straight to your device, all available in one smart bundle.
LIVE Services is available via:
Find out more about TomTom LIVE Services.
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You automatically receive the locations of safety cameras through the built-in connectivity of your TomTom LIVE device. You can even select the warning sound played when approaching a safety camera.
Accident black spots are areas or crossings where several severe accidents have occurred in the past. A number of definitions are used in different countries, but in general a location is regarded a black spot when more than six severe accidents occurred in the past 3 years. We are reporting those black spots to ensure that drivers watch out when driving through those areas. A warning sign can be selected to make drivers aware that they are approaching this location.
TomTom has been gathering historical data for over 3 years. This data also provides information on (likely) locations of safety cameras – it is very likely that a location is used regularly to monitor speed limits.
At this moment the extended safety alerts offering is only available for the TomTom devices with LIVE services.
The safety camera database is updated real-time - whenever new safety cameras are reported, through the built-in connectivity of the device.
Safety camera alerts will be visible to the user when they approach this location.
Users can report mobile cameras in three ways:
Yes, you can use TomTom HOME desktop software to download the latest fixed safety camera database when you have a subscription to LIVE services. Safety camera alerts are sent to your device in real-time.
TomTom checks multiple customer reports on an ongoing basis. These reports are incorporated in the safety camera database that is pre-installed on our devices. To ensure the Safety Camera database is up-to-date, users can download new information via MyTomTom.
Likely Mobile Camera locations (Mobile Camera Hotspots):
Likely Mobile Safety Cameras have been derived from 3 years of historical information of locations of active (mobile) cameras For a likely location (mobile hotspot) to become active, 1 user report is required.
Active Mobile Camera Hotspots:
A camera location has been reported and activated by at least 2 unique devices.
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