Is the v1 so damn good.
I would have gotten so many tickets if it wasnt for those arrows. Cops around my city run traps all day long but it sniffs them out perfectly. Thing i love is when you have 2 cops within a mile one running CO other IO and you go slow by the first one and have a line of cars behind you cause your going the speed limit till you see the second cop. Actually had a guy stop next to me at the light and ask how i knew there was another cop i just smiled and said v1 his escort couldnt compete with the v1.
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Another V1 fanatic, its not the Escorts fault that its owner doesnt know how to use it. :roll:
(If he is talking about the X50, its not its fault the tard can't figure out how to use its features to show multiple bogeys at the same time.) If he is talking about an older Escort... t he owner shouldnt be using ancient technology.
Heck, any tard can make even the best detectors (any of them) look bad.
Im glad you like the V1, and glad it works great for you though. Send this in for the moment of the month, get yourself a free keychain or something.
Yeah, the V1's definitely an awesome detector and I am finding it harder and harder each day to resist pulling out the credit card...
Anyone who speeds up after passing a LEO needs a ticket. They need to review some procedures on how officers operate. They like to work in groups so help is just a few seconds away. You will rarely see just one TX DPS Trooper working alone. With 2 miles there will be several more woking the same area.
I just bought a V1 and this forum was alot of help in making that decision...
I have a 1200 trip coming up this friday and will really get to test it out... I know I also need a laser jammer, but that will have to wait until I get back..
Really? in my area on a highway, I've always seen 3 different LEO (TX DPS, Sheriff and Local Cop) at 12 at night because frequently drunk area nearby club. During the day, its always 1 State Trooper on highway everytime. I guess it depends where you live.
Originally Posted by Won Hunglo
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Originally Posted by An0nym0us
No, it really doesnt depend on where you live... for the most part Won Hunglo is correct, they normally station them in close-distance to one another.
(Remember on the highway traffic is 2 ways, odds are there is a trooper (which u cant see) on the other side of the road shooting traffic.) So for the most part they do work together, and in close promximity. Granted you do see one all by themselves once in awhile... because thats part of the job... but it really doesnt depend on geographical area as much as it depends on the time of day and # officers on the shift.