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I live in fort sill Oklahoma and the reason I say this is not 100% accurate is more due to the surroundings rather than the drivers fault. Most stop lights on base are sensor based and are not a time delayed sensor at that. This means the light can change when you are within about 15-20yards. This poses a problem for the hard braking thing as it seems I'm also getting hard braking at these stoplights.I thought it was just me so I had my father and mother try it and same results most stop light on the military base force hard breaking but other than that, the statistics and fantastic and by far my favorite feature has to be the check engine diagnostic with my car being a 1998 it tends to pop on for lots of things most recently my o2 sensor went :) absolutely love this device.