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#1205 of 1208 Re: detector mounting [lgtwrx]
Dec 28, 2008 (2:27 pm)
That is the best response and dialog advice on how to use a detector. You are correct you will get pulled if your speed drops quickly after the device has already recorded your speed.
I try to drive in the right hand lanes and not be as obvious as other detector users. The first thing a trooper looks for is break lights or front ends dropping.
#1206 of 1208 Re: detector mounting [lgtwrx]
Dec 28, 2008 (5:16 pm)
Long time no see LGT!
#1207 of 1208 Re: Detector Placement - My Experience [kirbstoy]
Nov 07, 2010 (7:21 pm)
i dislike the escort solo cordless detector...this type of detector is the only one that i have recieved a speeding ticket with...i now have an 8500 x50 which has a quicker response time and overall just performs to a higher standard...u have to spend more but in the long run it works out way better than the solo...look at the comparisons between all escort and various comparable detectors...this will give u a good overview on quality and accuracy of your desired detector
#1208 of 1208 the latest and greatest
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jan 09, 2013 (11:44 am)
Introducing "the Cobra iRadar S-Series, a remote detector that is hidden away behind the carís front grille. It sends information to a mobile phone with the Cobra app inside the car."
For the Speedy, a Sneaky Radar Detector (NY Times)