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Uniden R8 Extreme Long Range Radar/Laser Detector Expired

$550
$700.00
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BuyDig via eBay has Uniden R8 Extreme Long Range Radar/Laser Detector (UNIR8) on sale for $647- 15% off when you apply coupon code SAVEONGIFTS at checkout = $549.95. Shipping is free.

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About this Item:
  • The R8 can remember and automatically mute false alerts (such as retail store doors) along your routes so you never have to listen to the same false alert twice.
  • Preloaded Red Light and Speed Camera locations with Free Database and Firmware updates ensures your detector will never be out of date.
  • OLED Display is easy-to-read and allows for more useful information to be displayed at once.
  • Voice alerts allow for hands-free operation and provide clear communication. Voice Alerts are programable to fit your style so you can keep your eyes on the road with no distractions.
  • The R8 has the Best K/KA Band filtering with the Least Amount of False Alerts from blind spot monitoring & Collison avoidance systems in other vehicles.
  • The R8 is an all new platform with unsurpassed range and sensitivity. It's Dual Antenna allows the R8 to detect threats from all four directions, with voice alerts for the direction of the threat. It even shows the band and signal strength for each.
  • Uniden 1-Year Warranty

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If you're in CA - you're allowed to submit what's called a trial by declaration to fight your ticket. Essentially, you submit your version of events to the judge, who notifies the officer to do the same - and then the judge reviews both declarations from you and the officer and makes a final decision.

This works in getting your ticket dismissed more often if you follow a couple of steps. First, make sure you make your traffic stops is not a memorable one for the officer - keys on dash, sunglasses/hat off, hands on wheel, windows down, "good morning/afternoon/night officer... yes officer, no officer," etc... do not fight him/her on anything and just sign for the ticket and go about your day. 2 weeks before your court date - extend your ticket/push court date out (you can initially push it 3 months). 2 weeks before your new court date, CALL the courthouse and make up an excuse why you can't make it for your court date (surprise work trip, family member sick, etc...) The court clerk will ask you what's the next best date for you - try to push it out another 3 months. Now you're 6 months out from your initial court date - start working on your trial by dec. and make sure the court receives it 2 weeks before your court date. Now this extends the process by about another month, as now the judge will ask the officer to respond and will give him/her 30 days to do so. However, so much time has now passed that the cop won't care about sticking it to you/taking the time out of his/her busy day to write a response - you were not a dick, you were not memorable, and it's whatever. So most likely the judge will dismiss your ticket. If the judge does not dismiss and rules in favor of the officer if they did reply - then you have an option to ask for a trial de novo - an in person trial - and you and the officer both have to go in. Hopefully in that case, so much time has now passed that the officer will most likely not show up, and if he does, then judge will rule in their favor and you can ask for a reduced fine/traffic school to reduce the severity of whatever consequence you may face. Lots of info on this online. I've gotten 8 of mine dismissed and 5 of my friends/family members' tickets here in LA county. Good luck!
A speeding ticket will run you $250-300 in fines and then your insurance will shoot up for 3 years too.

source: professional speeder for life
Great price for someone looking for the R8. I'm just hunting for the unicorn $350 R7 deal if it ever comes back
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