Just a quick note to tell you how pleased I am with my Hillspeed HUD 09 digital speedometer. Firstly I transferred the money at lunch time Monday 19/5/14 and I had the speedo in my hand at lunchtime on Wednesday 21/5/14. That must set a record in itself. I’ve been looking for this type of GPS speedo for a number of years and everyone I spoke to said that there was no such thing in existence.

I only discovered that there is in fact exactly what I wanted, and designed and manufactured here in Australia, through an advertisement in Issue 19 of Vintage Trucks and Commercials magazine.

My original speedo is in MPH and has an error of 10% slow reading which I determined through tests using a friend’s GPS. However the digital display was so small it was not practical to use apart from calibrating a chart to compare actual KMH to MPH. The Hillspeed digital speedometer has an excellent displayed size of numbers and corresponds exactly with the readings I had done previously with the other GPS. It is also a safer way to give a speed reading. There must be thousands of potential customers who would use one of these if they know about its existence. I think this magazine would-be a perfect place to advertise regularly.

Regards,
J. Hutton, Queensland

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“Just finished reading Dec ASR in particular the article on the Hillspeed HUD 09. I would like to add my two bobs worth about the item.

Way back in 1966 when I built my 34sedan then over the years with different diff setup ie- cusso holden then jag and different size wheel and tyre combo's the speedo was never correct, then in October this year 2012 I bought a HillSpeed digital speedo HUD 09. A quick read of the instructions then 10 mins to install it, I wired it into the back of the 12 volt outlet so I could run the phone charger or the GPS at the same time, I used the velcro strips that came with it, I then backed out of the shed waited 90sec for it to lock on then drove down the road.

WHACKO after 46 years driving with a dodgy speedo I could now drive safe in the knowledge that what the speedo read was correct. The cost is about the same as a speeding fine without the loss of points. Money well spent.”

Bob Stewart

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“Just finished reading Dec ASR in particular the article on the Hillspeed HUD 09. I would like to add my two bobs worth about the item.

Way back in 1966 when I built my 34sedan then over the years with different diff setup ie- cusso holden then jag and different size wheel and tyre combo's the speedo was never correct, then in October this year 2012 I bought a HillSpeed digital speedo HUD 09. A quick read of the instructions then 10 mins to install it, I wired it into the back of the 12 volt outlet so I could run the phone charger or the GPS at the same time, I used the velcro strips that came with it, I then backed out of the shed waited 90sec for it to lock on then drove down the road.

WHACKO after 46 years driving with a dodgy speedo I could now drive safe in the knowledge that what the speedo read was correct. The cost is about the same as a speeding fine without the loss of points. Money well spent.”

Bob Stewart

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