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      12-08-2012, 03:30 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Used2be View Post
When driving cross country through states that don't allow detectors or blockers, is just having the system off adequate if you did happen to get pulled over for anything? From what little I've read it seems like an equipped car might violate law just having the stuff mounted, even if it didn't work at all.
Yes. These systems are not illegal to own, but illegal to use in some states. Switching them off is sufficient to ensure compliance in these areas.

A radar jammer would be a different story.
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