A motorist beat a speeding ticket using an Adroid application called “My Tracks By Google”. He had this app running when he was stopped for a 40/25 speeding ticket.
After receiving the ticket, he checked the app’s history for the previous session which displays information such as distance, average speed, average moving speed, and max speed. He saw that his “phone” only recorded a top speed of 26 miles per hour, significantly lower than the cited speed.
The motorist exported his data from his phone to a document so he would not lose or forget any important details. He also found a case regarding the accuracy of GPS devices. After presenting this evidence, he was successful in beating this speeding ticket.