Frequently Asked Questions

The speed on the computer differs from the cars.
Last Updated 4 years ago

The speed shown on the computer is dependent on an accurate distance calibration. If a correct distance calibration has been made the speed on the computer is more accurate than the one shown on the car speedometer. 

Speedometers have a margin of error. Different types of speedometers are used in the automotive industry, and although the exact margin of error varies by type and manufacturer no option provides a 100 percent accurate speed reading at all times. Variables on the vehicle that change over time affect the accuracy of a speedometer.


Read more: http://www.ehow.com/info_12209329_accuracy-vehicle-speedometers.html#ixzz2k2BW0Yi7

 

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