Now I have owned four V1s. The second was for my Vette that I hardwired with the remote display. After I sold the Vette, I bought the third when someone punched out the window when I was parked in a $20 plus a day secured parking structure at a hotel. Someone needed the V1, my sunglasses and change more than I apparently did. They forgot the leather jacket, digital camera and video camera on the floor in back. The fourth was just purchased for my new second car. I just feel naked without the V1 tucked up near the mirror. I hate that feeling that the first time I would forget to transfer the V1, I would encounter a speed trap.
My first time cruising with a V1 was a perfect multiple encounter. I was driving across the state where the speed limit is 70. I started getting a signal from behind. So I decided to speed-up. After all isnít that what the arrows are for? About 10 miles later the signal is starting to get stronger. So I sped up a bit more. Well, another handful of miles and I decided the fun had to end as the LEDs started to increase to that serious level. So I pull behind a big truck and slow it down. Sure enough, less than a minute later here comes a State trooper. He pulls a u-turn and goes the other way. So I pull out and immediately I get a signal from the front. Sure enough on the merge to another highway there he was waiting in the middle.
The big key that I find when using a V1 is believe that single burb. So many times I figured it was just noise. But the range of the V1 is amazing, especially at night. Many times there he is sitting ĺ of a mile or more down the road or just over the crest of a bridge. Many times they have just made their turn and are looking for the quick kill.