I saw a bad ass Ruby at Car toys ripped apart I asked the guy what it was in for he said a radar detector shield. Having something installed so when laser or radar hits vehicle it disrupts signal on bouncing back or some n like that pardon my lack of technical expertise. It sounded pretty flipping bullet proof if your serious. Pac NW is 55 most of the area brutal. I see a need for it.
I have one in my JKU and TBH I don't really use it. It just stays in the glovebox. I suppose if I was driving down the interstate often, I would use it more often, however in the city it rarely gets used. Spend the $200 on other mods
When I used to drive modified VW's before I got my Jeep, I used Escorts. But over time I stopped using them and found I was a more alert driver without one. Watching for brake lights in the distance or changes in traffic patterns were usually more accurate way to detect speed traps. Once in my modified Jetta, I had two detectors, front and rear facing and got busted at 90 by aircraft. Another time the cop was riding in the far right lane next to a tractor trailer and I blew by at 85, he pulled out right behind me and busted my ass... After that, I stopped using detectors and got real alert behind the wheel... Now with my Jeep, I seldom drive over 65 or 70 and mostly middle lane now anyway.
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