I HATE!!!!! When people do that!!! Especially a truck (Pretty popular here in Houston) or if they have time and room to stop. I take it as a VERY selfish move and it has happened to me plenty of times. Luckily i have had enough time to stop and to warn the cars behind me.This is one of the features I REALLY like about the tech safety system. I've been in this situation too many times. My wife once had a truck that was in front of her dart into the next lane only to reveal a stalled vehicle in the lane. She had no chance to brake in time and only managed to avoid it through a miraculous avoidance maneuver.
I'm looking forward to having help staying whole out on the road.
Now, that would be a riot. As I've said in a past post, I was almost killed because of three radar detectors, and those with radar detectors are stating that they believe it's all right to have tools that are used to break the law. I wonder how they would vote on a jury if a defendant was charged with just possessing burglar tools.And yes, it uses radar - I wonder if we'll be setting off other cars' radar detectors?
Yep, just one state--if someone ever challenged it in federal court, then the law would be easily overturned. DC also bans them. The Federal Communications Act of 1934 entitles citizens to the to right to listen to any radio frequency, provided it does not have privileged information. Radar does provide privileged info, and it is a radio frequency. It's a BS law that wouldn't stand up to the supreme court. Thankfully, I don't live in VA.Wow! Didn't realize ol' Virginia was the only state where they are illegal.