Last night (10pm)I was heading east on College Station road in Athens, GA. It is a 4 lane road with a 35mph speed limit because it slices through a busy commercial area and a residential area. This road is heavily patrolled so I have learned to watch my speed.
I was in the right lane, behind another car. There was a car in the left lane beside the car infront of me and another car beside me. We came around the corner and I noticed that there wasn't a cop where they usually sit on my side of the road. I thought we were clear.
All of a sudden, I get a laser alert from my V1, a brief silence and another laser alert. I was thinking WTF because there wasn't a cop where they usually sit. I look around and finally see him 100 yards ahead sitting in a church driveway on the OTHER side of the road. The cop was shooting through the open passenger window as we were coming to him.
Damn, they are getting sneaky. What is the angle/offset rule for accurate measurements?
Atleast the V1 was able to pick up the scatter from the cars in front of me. I knew it picked up scatter from the laser based redlight camera in town, but I had not seen it do this in traffic from police laser before. It just goes to show that you should always have a rabbit infront of you.