Laws Regarding the use of Radar Detectors, Laser Jammers and Radar Jammers.
US Radar Detector Laws
The use of a radar detector in a passenger vehicles is legal in all states with the exception of Virginia, Washington DC and while driving on military bases.
The use of a radar detector in a Commercial Vehicle weighing over 10,000 pounds is prohibited across the entire US, by title 49 of the US Department of Transportation.
Canadian Radar Detector Laws
There are only three providences that allow the use of radar detectors in passenger vehicles; they are Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
US Laser Jammer Laws
Laser is regulated by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and currently there are no federal laws prohibiting the use of laser jamming equipment to jam police radar for passenger vehicles.
However some states have enacted their own laws and are illegal in the following states: South Carolina, Nebraska, Minnesota, Utah, California, Oklahoma, Virginia, Colorado, Illinois, Texas, Tennessee and Washington DC.
US Radar Jammer Laws
The use of any device to interfere with police radar transmissions is illegal in the USA and Canada.
Since 2006 I have offered a $50,000 reward to anyone that can show me a passive radar jamming device that is marketed in the USA that actually works as advertised. For more information about my reward and for information about Rocky Mountain Radar, please visit www.RadarJammer.com