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If you pay attention to the U.S. roads – it won’t be long until you notice a pattern - compact sedans, big clumsy pick-up trucks and SUVs driving one after another and literally flooding the streets. It seems to us that people increasingly opt for a daily commuter, a non-pretentious vehicle to take them from A to B without attracting any attention. But then, there’s us - the passionate petrolheads who desire to own a car that speaks out their personality; a car with a character. And then we roll our sleeves and get down to business, customizing it and adding that special twist that will grasp the attention of the passersby, while we’re cruising down the road. But be cautious as the Law prohibits most mods. Here is our top 7 most common mods that can get you in trouble !


Trying to evade the ticked might bring you a steeper one

A few years back in 2007 radar detectors were almost deemed illegal under the Florida law, but only almost. The problem is, however, that eliminating the illegal radar detector bill in one State might inspire many other states to follow the example. Police officials, however, have issued a number of radar detector citations under the purview of the state’s Windshield Obstruction Law. That act has made citizens consider beginning a joint action lawsuit against the law enforcement actions. So before you opt for a radar detector, make sure to research what types are available, how they operate, and which laws concern them.

Overview of Radar Detectors and the Law

The only state that completely bans radar detectors is Virginia, while five other states forbid the use of radar detectors based on the tenets of windshield obstruction legislation. District of Columbia has also joined the ‘banning’ states, only to outlaw radar gun detection devices. The rest of the states make the process of creating uniform radar detector legislation very difficult, because states such as Florida that lack specific law to ban the use of radar detectors turn to other laws such as windshield obstruction law to make a case and verify that they are illegal. 

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