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Congratulations on the R7 and welcome to RDF! Feel free to ask any questions and we'll do our best to help out.
 

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Welcome from one new guy to another. From what I hear that R7 is the unit to buy!
 

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Don't assume the R7 (or any hardware) will ticket-proof you. You must utilize situational awareness and be alert for police type vehicles, traffic slowing for no apparent reason, low-flying aircraft, etc. No detector provides good laser protection and even the best will not save you from a smart LEO with instant-on. W az e can help but only if traffic ahead makes a report. A good rabbit is probably the best protection. Your aim is to reduce the risk to a level your license, insurance, wallet, and mental health can tolerate but it's impossible to completely eliminate all risk.
 

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Don't assume the R7 (or any hardware) will ticket-proof you. You must utilize situational awareness and be alert for police type vehicles, traffic slowing for no apparent reason, low-flying aircraft, etc. No detector provides good laser protection and even the best will not save you from a smart LEO with instant-on. W az e can help but only if traffic ahead makes a report. A good rabbit is probably the best protection. Your aim is to reduce the risk to a level your license, insurance, wallet, and mental health can tolerate but it's impossible to completely eliminate all risk.
thanks for the tips!!! Yea I wish I lived in a state that laser jammers were legal, I know that is always a risk I will be taking, on top of just because I have a radar detector doesn’t mean I will be able to get around any possible situation. Not sure how much aircraft are used in Minnesota, I have never heard of people getting tickets that way!!!! I do love me some Waze, I don’t speed heavily but mainly to save myself from the minor 10mph tickets or so, although I have my days ha ha. The one thing driving me nuts is the rear horn picking up constant 24.160-24.168 from my BSM, I am hoping they car somehow make that better, I don’t wanna pull the fuse for my BSM
 

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Hey and welcome!

As for the jammers, speeding is also illegal but some of us partake in it from time to time...
 

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Welcome!
How you finding that R7?
So far I am pretty happy with it except for my BSM setting it off in the rear constantly. It’s installed in a 2019 Acura RDX
 

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