I got a speedster and its fun to tinker with. I know when you are riding down the road you get your speed. But what about when you meet a car, is that speed the other cars speed divided by 2 or not. If I aim it at an oncoming car I might get 120mph, does this mean the oncoming cars speed is 60mph?

2. You = 25
Oncoming = 130

It figures out that you're doing 25. It than sees that the "total speed" of oncoming = 155. But 25 of that is from you. So it subtracts 25 and tells you it is 130.

3. This is the Bushnell Speedster, right? If so, the newer Speedster II right?

From what you are saying, when you are on an empty road going at say 25MPH, you trigger gun thru windshield at some sign, you get reading of 25.

When there's an oncoming car, you trigger thru windshield to other car, you get a reading of say 130 MPH *and* a reading of 25MPH (in whichever order, one of them being the operator's speed)?

Basically, I have a hard time believing that Bushnell Speedster has a moving mode option.

I believe it's designed for stationary mode only i.e. relative speed which is the speed between 2 objects. When used in moving mode, it displays the relative speed so one has to note the speed the operator is moving at and mentally deduct it from the speed reading displayed to determine the speed of the oncoming car.

Moving mode is a feature that does this all very quickly so that's it's acceptable for legal use. And so that the LEO can focus on driving vehicle and identifying the vehicle the radar gun got a reading on.

4. Oh no, its doesnt have a moving mode. I'm just messing with my radar gun. My new toy lol. Appreciate the info.

5. I was responding to bauzer.

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