Learning to Fly
- Feb 17, 2019
- Reaction score
Cops are Doing it in oz too. They flick the detector on at the last minute. I picked up a cop do this in a school zone at the last minute. Picked him up 80metres away
Wellington and notice this when travelling up the lower and central north island.. They don't shoot the rabbit alot of the time then fire at me and it's a little too close for comfort. It's definitely a growing tend where they are very selective in their targets.Where are you?
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Uniden R7. I'd slowed down to 113 before I even LOOKED at the detector's GPS speed.What were you running when you got hit with I/O ?
Same here in Rotorua, even cruising around town in relatively heavy traffic - it's quite funny and utterly pointless if you have a RD with reasonable detection range...Man, that sucks.
I’ve def noticed an increase in I/O activity.
Particularly in the Waikato.
For me it's not about speeding, with NZ moving to zero tolerance speed limit enforcement, the fact there are speedo errors and how easy it is to slip just over the limit while in the traffic flow, you'd want any opportunity to locate speed cameras and to correct your speed if needed, without incurring a speeding fine.You know there is a solution..... don't speed.
Oops, sorry, wrong forum.
Lol, I do not know how you manage it! I typically get a Ka band detection within about 10 minutes of entering the 'city' limits, it's crazy. It is also a relatively rare trip too or from work (13 min drive across town) where I don't get a detection.I keep trying Claire, but I seem to chase cops away when I go there.