Radar Detector FAQ - Truths and Myths

Here are frequently asked questions we receive about our company and products!

Radenso Radar

Q: Where are you located?
A:
We are located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Q: How long has Radenso been around?
A: Radenso Radar was founded 2015.

Q: How do you compare to your competitors?
A: Our radar detectors are known for being very quiet due to low false alerts along with still having great range. We offer free lifetime red light / speed camera updates where our competitors charge a fee. Our customer service is located in our headquarters and not outsourced.

Q: Do you really have a ticket free guarantee?
A: Yes! We have a 1 year radar ticket guarantee for all radar detectors, a 1 year laser ticket guarantee for laser defense products and a 1 year photo camera ticket guarantee for the noPhoto.

Q: What if I buy your product and I change my mind?
A: We offer a 30 day money back guarantee on all of our windshield radar detectors.

Q: How much does it cost to update the software?
A: All software updates are free.

Q: What types of radar detectors do you offer?
A: We offer windshield detectors and a remote (hidden) detector.

Q: What are the advantages of having GPS on a radar detector?
A: The GPS allows for several great features. Red light and speed camera alerts as you get closer to the intersection, ability to lockout (mute) frequent stationary false radar alerts, auto muting at custom speeds, user interest point reminder (examples would be potholes, frequent area where deer are near the road, a spot where a hidden driveway is).

Radar

Q:
I thought radar detectors are illegal?
A: For personal vehicles radar detectors are only illegal in Virginia, Washington D.C. and military bases. In all other 49 U.S. states they are completely legal.

Q: My Radenso radar detector didn't alert me of a police officer. Is it defective?
A: Typically police do not always use radar Just because they are in a vehicle does not mean they have their radar system powered on. Also, if you see a officer with a electronic gun in their hand it could be a laser gun where they were aiming at other vehicles around you.

Q: Can police use radar while driving?
A: Yes they can! Radar can obtain your speed when a officer is driving behind you, in front of you and even driving the opposite direction driving towards you.

Laser

Q: Can police use laser while driving?
A: No, a police officer must be stationary to use a laser (LIDAR gun) to obtain your speed.

Q: Is your laser defense system illegal?
A: It is only illegal in the following states: California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska (questionable), Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington DC.

Other Questions

Q: I have a question that isn't answered here.
A: Feel free to e-mail or call us! Our contact information is found here.

 

 

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