On my way from Atlanta to Savannah this weekend, I got hit with Ka three times. One was IO for sure as I was able to track it from well over a mile away. The other two were both CO cases on flat and straight roads (if any of you has driven on I-16, you would know). The interesting thing is I had very good range for one of the Ka hits...well over a mile away and since it was dark I had to struggle to find where the GHP was hiding. The second CO spooked me a a little; My detector didn't pick up the CO ka signal until I was well within sight of the LEO's flashing lights as he had someone pulled over. My first thought was that it may be another LEO further down since he probably wouldn't leave his CO on while pulling someone over. That was not the case, as I pass the LEO with someone pulled over, I suddenly spot a GHP sitting in the median right across the hwy from the cop pulling someone over. The Ka warning disappears immediately after I pass the two LEOs, so I think it is safe to assume that the signal was coming from the one sitting in the median. How is it that the last CO was detected so late? Luckily I slowed down when I saw flashing lights, if I hadn't I would have been very close to getting a ticket. Btw, I was in "h" mode the whole time.