The other night I was driving on i91 north in CT in little L mode. All of a sudden my forward facing Ka Alert went off, which is very strange for a CT highway. As i continued to drive the Ka Alert stayed the same signal strength... This was weird.. So I sped ahead to try and find the bogey who was also driving in the same direction as me.. As i sped up the Ka alert get growing stronger and stronger.
IT was now going off at full strength and I had no cop in front of me.. But 2 suv's, one was an audi Q series and the other was either a Nissan or an Infiniti.
I then sped past both cars and my Arrows flipped to behind me and the signal strength went down by about half.
My guess is one or both of these cars had rear facing radar for a blind spot monitoring system. MY mazda 6 has a blind spot monitoring system, but has never set off any radar, nor have i see another mazda set off my radar.
IF this was the case with the Nissan/Audi, it totally sucks because it was a strong Ka alert. Ka is typically very reliable for sniffing out LEOS, if anything i would expect their cars to be giving off a K signal.
Has anyone else come across this at all?