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Keep Georgia green... speed
There are some states in the US where you aren't supposed use them but even when I lived in one of those states I never got busted for it. Unless you stick it right out in the open no one is going to see it. I even remember some BMWs back in the 80's came with them built into the car... I guess you couldn't drive one of those across the border.Can't you buy one when driving in the USA?. Easy to do.. Does Canada police rip apart your car? Mums the word.. Go figure, recreational pot is legal in Canada but radar detectors are not?
I live near Cincinnati. 75 is known as an awful highway to drive on over here because of how dangerous it is. I know quite a few people who refuse to even get on it.The constructions zones, at least from my limited experience on I-75, can be horrible. Last time I was heading south through Cincinnati, I-75 was a huge construction zone, speed limit of 45 through alot of it, and people were cranking by me doing 70. It was a little intense. Even under normal road conditions, I was doing 72-73 in a 70, and people were constantly zooming by at 85-90. I always drive carefully, no weaving in and out of lanes, so I shouldn't be attracting any attention that way.
That's what I was planning to do, so it sounds like 5 mph max over the limit should be a safe bet. Most drivers here in Canada are aware of the unwritten rule of no more than 20 km/hr over the limit on highways, and it is extremely rare to get pulled over at that speed.