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bihus

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Thanks for that. Let's hope they won't concentrate on BS. :lol:
 

bihus

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jasonchiu said:
laser detector lol :p

I have one of the supposed best, and it doesn't work that well. If they want to get you, you don't have the time to slow down.
 

Buba

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Valentine one?

Are they legal in Portugal?

Buba
 

bihus

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Buba said:
Valentine one?

Are they legal in Portugal?

Buba

No, they're not. It's a Bel 995. I almost don't use it, so I'll probably put it on eBay.
 

andyhui01

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Laser Detectors won't work in Hong kong... most of the speed cameras are the permanent ones, you would need one that runs on GPS and stores all the location of cameras in it.
 

Leppy

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Laser Detectors that I have used only really helped when its a massive straight road with no obstructions. But in these conditions you can see the Po Po anyways.
 

Z Draci

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Speeding is not my only worries. I'm more worries about an officer seeing my road rally style driving.

I want a police radio detector more than a radar/laser detector.
 
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