We are going to give you a list of the best apps to know the position of the radars. The DGT itself makes public the location of the fixed radars, although it does not share this information about the mobile radars, which rotate through the different areas of the roads.
The list of apps that we are going to show you is almost entirely free and legal, so that you can know the areas where there are speed cameras. Their main task, according to the DGT, is to make the circulation somewhat safer, although it never hurts to know where they are located to take extreme precautions on the road.
Table of Contents
Google Maps, for a long time, allows you to view and report speed cameras in the application. Of course, the app only shows the location of fixed speed cameras. Saves its location in the Google database and shows it to us when circulating. In the same way, Maps tells us the speed at which we are going, so we can take extreme precautions when driving.
We recently talked to you about SocialDrive, a collaborative network where you can report radars, road hazards, controls and more. With SocialDrive you can know the exact location of mobile speed cameras, including those that are hidden. It is a cooperative social network with informational work, so it is completely legal.
Waze bases its maps on Google Maps, although it has more collaborative features. Therefore, with Waze we can report on mobile radars, police controls and others. All these incidents can be reported in real time and are displayed very visually on the maps.
Radarbot is one of the most popular apps to detect radars and, just a few days ago, completely changed its interface. This app allows us to know the average speed we have on the section radars, the location of fixed and mobile radars and has a database that is updated daily with the locations of new radars.
Coyote is another of the classics when it comes to detecting radars. It is a community with millions of users in which information is shared in real time. Yes indeed, Coyote is one of the few paid apps in this compilation. It has a price of 49.99 euros per year or 8.99 euros per month, a price that is worth it if we travel a lot by road.
Coyote: Warning of speed cameras, alerts, GPS, traffic
A great app that also has good compatibility with Android Auto. It is an app that shows us notices in real time and, in addition to informing about radars, it does so about traffic conditions.