Anybody running a laser jammer?


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Oct 1, 2004
Dallas Texas
I posted up about this product last year. It is expensive and yes it is illegal in many states. But if you get caught, it's a class c misdemeanor so the ticket will be like an average speeding ticket.

It does work. If you want to do this, ideally you need four sensors. Two up front and two in the back. (A large rig or bus or RV mist put one on the sides, but they shouldn't be speeding anyway.)

The license plate thing is a distraction. Also, laser absorbent materials (like ghost or even special paint) don't work reliably.

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Aug 28, 2013
helena mt
Aceshigh said:
Thanks for looking it up. Is there a link to print the information??

I think you should print this bro heim to cover your ass against a possible
Wrongful ticket. You never know, its just good to be proactive.

Now you really got me curious about parking sensors up front.
I wonder if these really inhibit lasers.......that would be a hell of alot cheaper!!!
I got a set off Amazon or Ebay that I never installed for like $30

I just googled who governed lasers FCC or FDA. I remembers a while ago from looking up CB stuff and getting side tracked that the FCC did not govern lasers. That quote i copied off a genaric site, off hand i dont have an offical website to quote. Thats why i didnt post a link. Also hence the IIRC.


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May 23, 2007
CDesperado said:
^ No... That wouldn't work.

If that were the case then they wouldn't be able to get a reading from headlights and that is the #1 place they target.

Everybody should check out the waze app. People report cop sightings and other sightings while driving and the app warns you as you approach. Pretty sweet app.


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Jun 11, 2012
E'ville, IL
I run the Escort X50 in both my commuter Aveo and the Wifes Jetta. They have paid for themselves several times over in the past 2 or 3 years. No jamming capability by themselves, but those things can sense radar over hills! Laser is a different story, but I haven't got a ticket since I bought them. If the laser alert goes off, even for a split second, you can bet there is a speed trap somewhere ahead.
The Waze app is pretty cool too. I use it on interstates I am not familier with in conjunction with the X50's. I was on Google Earth the other day plotting our route to Florida and I saw lots of road construction updates, and accidents reported by the Waze app.


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Jan 17, 2007
Central Illinois
No matter what you have. Blowing down an open road around 100mph, or obviously going a lot faster than other traffic - you will get cited, speed readout or not.