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Old 10-16-2006, 01:33 PM   #1
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how accurate is GPS? (speed)

alright i know how the speedo on bikes are off up to 10%. people use speedo healers to fix that problem. i was wonder how accurate is GPS?
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It's accurate within 0.05% of true.

I read up on that not too long ago.
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Old 10-16-2006, 01:46 PM   #4
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GPS are really good. I use one and they are great
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Old 10-16-2006, 03:49 PM   #5
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Old 10-16-2006, 03:53 PM   #6
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I don't think so. I took mine on my last trip to Arkansas. GPSs are the . I don't know how I lived w/o it. They come in real handy when you're on the backroads. If you come across construction, towns you're unfamiliar with, etc. They are worth their weight in gold....twocents
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I don't think so. I took mine on my last trip to Arkansas. GPSs are the . I don't know how I lived w/o it. They come in real handy when you're on the backroads. If you come across construction, towns you're unfamiliar with, etc. They are worth their weight in gold....twocents
nah not the gps, azn fool is gay
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Unless you get a "hiccup" in reception, they're pretty much spot on.
I've seen one take a momentary lapse and come back saying the new max speed was 400+ mph... yeah, that's a hiccup.
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lol right.... go find another wet spot on the road.
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I don't think so. I took mine on my last trip to Arkansas. GPSs are the . I don't know how I lived w/o it. They come in real handy when you're on the backroads. If you come across construction, towns you're unfamiliar with, etc. They are worth their weight in gold....twocents
yup if i get lost in houston somehwere i can just hit home and it will guide me. lol im bad with directions.
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lol right.... go find another wet spot on the road.
hey i wouldn't talk fool... dont make me say it
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