The firm behind the application has launched the service in the US and at the Consumer Electronics Show this week has confirmed that it is looking to provide the service for UK and European motorists.
Utilising crowd-sourcing, the service warns its users of cameras and speed traps. Alerts are transmitted to the cloud and then shared with other subscribers of the service.
"Now before you even leave your driveway you can know the best route to take," said PR director Ron Gividen.
"We have some heat coloured imaps and icons so within an instant you know: red - the speed recording equipment was detected within the last 30 minutes; orange - it's been within an hour; yellow - an hour and a half; then after an hour and a half it disappears off the map."
There’s an Android and iPhone version on offer and currently US residents can pick up a power cord for plugging into the cigarette lighter of a car, the app, and a year’s subscription for $79.95.
The system has just been launched in the US and the firm says it is exploring expansion into the Western European market.
More information can be found on the official website.