GPSmirror demonstration from Cheetah
Cheetah's GPSmirror operates as a stand alone GPS camera detector. It also
uses Cheetah's Radar Datalink and Laser Datalink to control alerts from
your own radar and laser systems if you choose to link them with the
Great Save from the V1 Radar Detector
V1 one has an awesome save with two cops running instant-on Ka radar!!!!
Read the details here:
The video shows you my concealed display...The detector is mounted high
next to my rear view mirror.
Here are some link for people to teach them selves about radar detectors.
To those that think the V1 is too expensive your personal opinion but my V1
has paid itself off with in the first month I bought it. When I drove NY-CO
in 24hours it was the detector I used. Now Radar detectors won't save you
from laser guns but for laser guns I have a laser jammer on my car. My car
is built for long road trips on the interstate with all the gadgets I got
in it. When I get home for the summer I'll make a video of all the
different things i have.
If you are looking for a cheap radar detector that works well do NOT get a
cobra get BEL, or Whistler. The BEL v955 is a great detector for only $179,
It has got great performance.
User 'radardetectorguys' Is the marketing department for Escort Radar, if
you want the truth from a consumer talk to me
Radar Detector Laws
Watch the updated video of radar detector laws here:
Ford GT Acceleration
Skip to 0:30 if you dont want to wait....Ford GT accelerating...it sits
there for a little while but trust me it is 100% worth the wait.
Radar Detector Laws for the US and Canada
Video review of current radar and laser jammer laws for the USA and Canada
Are you considering purchasing a radar detector and not sure if they are
legal in your state or in area you will be driving?
For the most part here in the USA you don’t have anything to worry about
because the FCC passed a law called the communications act of 1934, which
made it legal for you to own a radar detector throughout the USA.
However there are exceptions, which I will explain now.
Exception #1 - The commonwealth of Virginia and Washington DC prohibits
radar detectors in all vehicles
Exception #2 – All US Military bases have federal laws prohibiting the
use of a radar detector while driving on base
Exception #3 – Several Federal Parks including Yellowstone
And finally exception #4, which prohibits radar detectors in all commercial
vehicles weighing over 18,000 pounds.
Now there are also two states that do prohibit you from mounting anything
to your windshield, including a GPS or radar detector and those states are
California and Minnesota.
Now those of you who may be visiting our neighbor to the North or our
Canadian visitors, Canada is not as radar detector friendly as the US as
they only allow the use of a radar detector in the providences of British
Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
So a question you maybe asking yourself about is how would an officer know
if I have a radar detector if I’m driving in Virginia or a big rig?
Well police use a device called a Spectre that is a radar detector detector
that will alert an officer that a radar detector is within close proximity.
This device will alert to virtually every radar detector ever made with the
exception of 4 and those are the Escort REDLiNE, the Beltronics STi Magnum,
the Beltronics STi Plus and the Passport 9500ci.
These four radar detectors are all based on Escort’s M3 dual antenna
design, which not only makes them 100% undetectable to all radar detectors,
but also enables them to have extreme range.
Now lets discuss California and Minnesota’s windshield mounting laws.
The easiest way to conform to their laws is to Velcro your radar detector
to your dash.
However a better way is consider the BlendMount rearview mirror mounts that
enable you to mount your Escort, Beltronics or Valentine One right to your
mirror, making it easy to see and access.
Next lets discuss the legal issues regarding radar jammers and/or
The FCC does have very harsh laws regarding radar jamming, which can result
in a $50,000 fine and 5 years in prison.
So now you maybe asking yourself how does that company Rocky Mountain Radar
get away with selling their radar scramblers?
Well simple, they don’t work as they advertise.
In fact on my website RadarJammer.com I’ve offered a $50,000 reward since
2004 for anyone that can show me one of their devices that work as they
advertise and I have not paid out a penny.
Now their phony marketing practices have not gone un-noticed as there have
been a number of news documentaries by 20/20, the Fox Network and CNBC
which resulted in the FCC fining Rocky Mountain Radar $25,000.
And last, lets review the laws regarding laser jamming.
As laser is light and not radio waves laser jamming does not fall under the
jurisdiction of the FCC but instead the Food and Drug Administration and
currently there are no federal laws regarding laser jamming.
However there are a number of states that have passed their own laws, which
California, Colorado, Illinois , Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington D.C.
Now in my article on how to install and use a laser jammer I go into much
more detail on properly programming and using your laser jammer so you can
avoid getting caught in these states.
However the bottom line is to program it so it auto shuts off a few seconds
after alerting you so you have time to slow down before the officer
captures your speed.
Also here on our website RadarBusters we also have a number of other
articles you may find helpful in our help guides section like how to beat
your ticket in court, how to properly use your radar detector and how to
select the radar detector that is best for you.
For more information about radar detector and laser jammer laws visit: