Spectre III Radar Detector Detector Helps Police Fight Illegal Radar Detectors in Commercial Vehicles

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Did you know that federal law prohibits drivers of commercial motor vehicles from using radar detectors? Now, law enforcement authorities have a tool that detects all radar detectors that are certified for use in the United States by the Federal Communications Commission.

Did you know that federal law prohibits drivers of commercial motor vehicles from using radar detectors? In fact, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulation 392.71 prohibits these drivers from even possessing a radar detector.

Plus, radar detectors are illegal in all vehicles in Washington, D.C. and Virginia.

Now, law enforcement authorities have a tool that detects all radar detectors that are certified for use in the United States by the Federal Communications Commission as of December 2004, including those that feature “cloaking” or “VG-2 Alert.”

It’s the latest generation Stealth Micro Systems Spectre III Radar Detector Detector. Stalker Radar, the world leader in radar and laser speed measurement, is the exclusive U.S. partner.

The Spectre III detects radar detectors by sensing the microwave “leakage” emitted by the devices. The unit is about the size of a portable CD player and is mounted on the windshield of the patrol vehicle. The Spectre III can be rotated 360 degrees so that it can detect detectors at all angles relative to the vehicle.

Police in Canada (http://www.spectre-rdd.com/stalcar.html) and parts of Australia (http://www.spectre-rdd.com/spectre.html) regularly use the Spectre III to detect radar detectors with great success.

Learn more about the Spectre III: http://www.stalkerradar.com/rdd

Read the FMCSA regulation: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/rules-regulations/administration/fmcsr/392.71.htm.

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