I can't help but feel insulted by the crackdown on 'speeders' in the province. Maybe it's different elsewhere in the province but here now in one generation it's gone from 10k over being the 'rule' of the road to people feeling justified doing 10k under to barely the speed limit on my main thoroughfare hwy6 which I think you described yourself once as sucking so bad you'd avoid travelling it again. The problem isn't speed, I've always driven quick it's awareness and skills. My dad taught me to drive before I could even reach the pedals, sitting on his lap. He drilled the skill set into me relentlessly and always stressed how on a day to day basis driving is the biggest responsibility 99% of people will have. I drive always with focus and attention to the task at hand. It never took any distracted driving laws to make me think that way. Rant almost over.....the problem is shit drivers, with no skill, no focus, and no sense for the responsibility of what they're doing. Let's be honest if you can't pilot a road worthy vehicle down our highways at even say 20k over the limit you really shouldn't even be behind the wheel.*
Now I know none of my thoughts or banging on about them are going to change anything. But I'd like to put a newer detector in the arsenal of fine prevention if it's going to be a decent step up from my old bel. It's a bel 870 if anyone here knows much about antique detectors. Lol. I'm curious if I would notice increased detection? Decreased false alerts?