Things to Remember About Radar Detectors
- Valentine One is defined as a radio by the FCC. It receives only. It’s a passive device that in no way interferes with the communications or business of others.
- The Federal Communication Act of 1934 guarantees the right to receive radio transmissions of all types on all frequencies. Traffic radar is not privileged communication: in fact, it’s not communication of any sort because no information is conveyed to another party. It is surveillance by radio waves, and that is not protected by any laws.
- Some states and municipalities have laws prohibiting the use, or the possession, or both, of radar detectors. Please check local regulations before using your Valentine One.
- Leaving your Valentine One in plain sight in an unattended car is asking for a break-in.
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