Most car radio and accessory shops can install alp the way you want. On its own relay circuit with a ground filter.Thanks, I did the same search prior to posting but I was looking for one close enough that I did not have to stay the night in a hotel while they installed it.
I don't speed or condone speeding and recommend wearing your seatbelts at all times and keep assured clear distance from other vehicles. Nowadays, doing the speed limit causes road rage, shootings and fights. However, police are pulling people over for just 5 plus mph or the lidar takes a pic and you get a ticket in the mail. ALP is a necessity. High quality tools cost money. I have tools that cost more than ALP but would never go backwards.Getting it installed Tuesday by an authorized dealer in Cleveland. Will post pics after the install. This is just too much money to put out with a first time installer , I wanted someone familiar with the product.
I actually got hit by laser twice by Highway Patrol on the way back. Pretty sweet systemI'm on the westside. You might even get to use on I-90 on your way home from the install.
Glad you found someone to install it for you.I actually got hit by laser twice by Highway Patrol on the way back. Pretty sweet system
I ended up using Access One Alarm in Cleveland to purchase and have it installed. They did a very nice job. Installation for 3 heads front/rear (2 Regular and 2 Tx) ended up costing me $1000
Can you clear up some confusion that I have concerning my system? I have been experiencing occasional loss of GPS signal. The installer put the GPS in my A-Pillar at the top of my dash. After announcing the loss of signal, and going over 20 miles an hour, the LED turns yellow (doesn't happen every single time, but often enough to make me wonder.. Does this mean that I am unprotected from LIDAR? I also have the bluetooth option and am using the app, should GPS source be set to ALP or Mobile?Glad you found someone to install it for you.