This makes sense to me. If one LEO is running CO and second bogey is running IO it would be confusing if it made the bogey tone every time the IO trigger was pulled. I’d think there were more than 2 signals.
I saw this bracket for model X and 3 on a TFL Cars YouTube video. Requires no drilling. That Grin | NO-drill license plate mounting brackets
They make little protectors for the door handles too.
Edit: Sorry I just saw you mentioned you weren’t interested in a bracket.
I know they are for the radar cruise or collision avoidance system but the new Audi Q7 totally looks like it comes with jammers installed behind stealth covers. I had one behind me today and got really excited that I saw someone with jammers but when I looked up the car I saw they come with the...
When they added the express lanes they built in hiding spots for LEOs. I’ve marked them on my detector to remind me but you can look for signs along the concrete barrier that say authorized vehicles only. That’s about the only way to spot them before it’s too late.
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I passed two LEOs pointing opposite directions talking to each other. I assume both were running forward radar but I guess it could have been one running both antennas. Either way my R3 reported 34.719 and 34.705 so they were not separated by much.