Use permitted only by full time police officers.
Employed by full time, full service police agencies and only following an approved course of training and refresher course every three years.
Im guessing that would exclude about 80% of Pa's police depts. Most are employed part timers or per...
My father used to have a Uniden RD9 he used on a trip to from Pennsylvania to Iowa back when I was in high school over 10 years ago. Knowing what I know now I wish I could have seen him with a newer RD then that. But seeing how that alerted to a trooper hiding in the woods before you can see him...
Just informing Pennsylvanians that some local PD dept. will be purchasing these plate readers. They look similar but are not Radar units.
I always left mine running in my old car to see what the Chevy dealership actually does with my car. Mostly because I had a service where I told them to rotate and align my tires and it never was done but was charged for it.
I only played with radar guns with traffic. Just follow what was said before me. Stay out of traffic and off private property.
I don't care if people see me with a radar gun. It's funny to see the look on peoples faces when you catch them speeding and they see the radar gun.
Around my area waze does come in handy but id say about 70% of marked cop locations are old and aren't true because PSP likes to jump from place to place on the highway I travel the most. This is from my experience. On longer trips I take them more seriously.
So my thoughts is if I'm running...
Neighbor of mine owns a Black 72' Chevelle and decided to take it for a spin one morning during the week. Same time as the local LEo's were drawing on the road with their white paint.. Now my neighbor is getting a complimentary car wash and maybe a new paint job.