Monday, December 14, 2009

Valentine 1 Radar Detector for Canada

Valentine 1 is a radar laser detector designed by Mr. Mike Valentine, the founder of Valentine Research - one of the leading manufacturers for radar detectors. Valentine 1, knowns as "V1", is well-known for its extreme sensitivity and directional arrow displays.

Dispite its reputation on performance and reliability, here's the questions:

Is Valentine 1 suitable for drivers in Canada?

Unfortunately, for many Canadians, the Valentine 1 is NOT the one. We will explain why.

There are only three provinces in Canada that permit legal use of a radar detector - British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Radar detectors are illegal in Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and PEI.

Police in these eastern provinces use Spectre radar detector detectors (RDD) to catch drivers using a radar detector. Valentine 1 can be detected, unfortunately. Drivers who get caught using a radar detector will not only lose their detector, but also face hefty fines.

So for our fellow Canadian drivers - if you plan to use a radar detector in prohibited provinces, you must select one of our "undetectable radar detectors".
Find out more about undetectable radar detectors on

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