I was on a pretty straight road today and I came around a corner and I dropped it in 3rd and gunned it. 60MPH--70MPH--80MPH ::shift into 4th:: as soon as I hit 4th gear I saw a LEO coming towards me about 60 yards away.
I braked very hard (not enough to trigger ABS) but I dropped my speed very quickly (thank you A-Spec rotors!). I'm doing the speed limit as we cross, I'm still thinking "Oh ****, I'm getting pulled over"
Mind you, the V1 has stayed quiet the whole time.
We cross and about that time I get the Ka alert with almost full bars coming from the rear, I duck off into some side roads mainly down in 2nd and 3rd gears and get home pretty quickly.
My question is -- How do you know if it's a direct hit from the rear. He had already passed me and was up the road somewhat (40-50 yards) but as soon as I got the alert it was already at full strength.
Could he have been using rear radar to see if I sped back up after we crossed?
Could he have been targeting a car in front of him, if so -- why would my radar strength be full?
(BTW: I have no doubts that my front radar sensor works, I had a J'd out Ka alert earlier today (Correctly J'd) and of course I pick up K and X like no other)