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For GPS you can use it to lock out alarms that you know is not a cop and it will remember the location and not go off again. Also the GPS lets the radar calculate your speed, so you can set a speed limit for which no alarms will go off at all (I have mind set to 30, so if I'm driving 30 or under, it won't go off for anything). Finally it has a red light camera database that works with the GPS and it lets you know about 1000 ft before you get to a red light camera.
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Varies state to state. http://drivinglaws.aaa.com/tag/radar-detectors/
ALABAMA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

ALASKA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

ARIZONA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

ARKANSAS — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

CALIFORNIA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

COLORADO — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

CONNECTICUT — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

DELAWARE — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Radar detectors are not permitted.

FLORIDA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

GEORGIA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

HAWAII — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

IDAHO — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

ILLINOIS — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

INDIANA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

IOWA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

KANSAS — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

KENTUCKY — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

LOUISIANA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MAINE — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MARYLAND — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MASSACHUSETTS — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MICHIGAN — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MINNESOTA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MISSISSIPPI — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MISSOURI — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

MONTANA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEBRASKA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEVADA — Detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEW HAMPSHIRE — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEW JERSEY — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEW MEXICO — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NEW YORK — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NORTH CAROLINA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

NORTH DAKOTA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

OHIO — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

OKLAHOMA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

OREGON — Radar detectors are permitted but are prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

PENNSYLVANIA — Detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles, but prohibited for commercial vehicles.

RHODE ISLAND — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

SOUTH CAROLINA — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

SOUTH DAKOTA — Detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

TENNESSEE — Detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

TEXAS — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

UTAH — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

VERMONT — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

VIRGINIA — Detectors are not permitted.

WASHINGTON — Radar detectors are permitted for passenger vehicles but prohibited for use by commercial vehicles.

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works great unless you are one of the first 50 people to drive by an offier before someone who uses the app reports it.
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In for one! I've had this radar detector and it's very good. Great range, good settings and nice features. The GPS is so handy!
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In for one! I've had this radar detector and it's very good. Great range, good settings and nice features. The GPS is so handy!
What do u use the GPS for on radar? Been a while I have not used one even though I have a old escort.. Just been using Waze for cop tips last few years.. How does it work with false alarms?
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What do u use the GPS for on radar? Been a while I have not used one even though I have a old escort.. Just been using Waze for cop tips last few years.. How does it work with false alarms?
For GPS you can use it to lock out alarms that you know is not a cop and it will remember the location and not go off again. Also the GPS lets the radar calculate your speed, so you can set a speed limit for which no alarms will go off at all (I have mind set to 30, so if I'm driving 30 or under, it won't go off for anything). Finally it has a red light camera database that works with the GPS and it lets you know about 1000 ft before you get to a red light camera.
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is this good for ny/nj/pa? I live in CT and I know they mainly use laser here, but would this work for the surrounding states?
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For GPS you can use it to lock out alarms that you know is not a cop and it will remember the location and not go off again. Also the GPS lets the radar calculate your speed, so you can set a speed limit for which no alarms will go off at all (I have mind set to 30, so if I'm driving 30 or under, it won't go off for anything). Finally it has a red light camera database that works with the GPS and it lets you know about 1000 ft before you get to a red light camera.
Nice wow they have really advanced w the times..
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I've purchased this detector @ $299 and I can say it was well worth it. At this price I'm ordering a second one as my first one went to a family member. This is a high quality detector.
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I seem to be muting every alarm..hahah. I got to remember the whole purpose of this is too set an alarm when popo are around. Great device! GPS is required...
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does it filter BSM from passing cars? i dont think it is..
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Both the DFR7 and DFR9 are/were being discontinued by Uniden. Still a great buy at this price but expect firmware or new developments for these 2 to stop in the near future. Just something to consider before purchasing.
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Absolute steal for this price. Definitely worth it, firmware was last updated in October 2018 if I remember. For this price, nothing comes anywhere close the performance of the DFR7. And it has the GPS lockouts!

No brainer if you are still rocking an older radar detector that is useless due to BSM falses or want to finally bite the bullet and get one.
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does it filter BSM from passing cars? i dont think it is..
According to this review [vortexradar.com] from Vortex (from 2017)​,
"When it comes to filtering out blind spot monitoring systems (BSM's) from other nearby vehicles, enable the K Band Filter in the settings and it will do a great job at filtering them out. It's actually one of the best BSM filters on the market which is surprising."
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Both the DFR7 and DFR9 are/were being discontinued by Uniden. Still a great buy at this price but expect firmware or new developments for these 2 to stop in the near future. Just something to consider before purchasing.
Both the DFR6 and DFR7 are/were being discontinued by Uniden. The DFR8 and DFR9 are still in production and the replacement for the 6 and the 7.
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