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Is the 360C detectable by a radar detector detector?
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I have looked but I can't find the answer.

Is the 360C detectable by a radar detector detector?
Yes, the 360c is detectable by RDDs.
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Only current undetectable Escort windshield mount detector is the RedLine EX.

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Is the 360C detectable by a radar detector detector?
Unless you live / travel in Virginia or Washington DC it would be of no concern to you. In your case the Ohio Highway Patrol is not going to spend thousands of dollars on a tool that detects a perfectly legal product. At best they might have one at a truck weigh station to catch a semi driver with a detector.
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Unless you live / travel in Virginia or Washington DC it would be of no concern to you.
Don't forget Canada.

Radar Detectors are illegal in Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Yukon Territory and Northwest Territory.

Radar Detectors are legal in British Columbia (BC), Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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Thanks. I travel quite a bit and go to VA, DC and Canada. Thanks again.
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At best they might have one at a truck weigh station to catch a semi driver with a detector.
I used to be a CDL driver & owner/operator (lots of chrome & lights) and always ran a detector even after the "ban" on them in trucks. Never was caught running an "illegal" detector, someone somewhere once told me (from CM I believe) when the detector starts alerting to unplug the cig lighter cord but leave detector on so it could drain whatever leaks to a cops RDD. I've always been a firm believer in the "free airwaves" way of thinking and of course it was unplugged going thru a scale.
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I used to be a CDL driver & owner/operator (lots of chrome & lights) and always ran a detector even after the "ban" on them in trucks. Never was caught running an "illegal" detector, someone somewhere once told me (from CM I believe) when the detector starts alerting to unplug the cig lighter cord but leave detector on so it could drain whatever leaks to a cops RDD. I've always been a firm believer in the "free airwaves" way of thinking and of course it was unplugged going thru a scale.
Only problem with your statement is a detector that is invisible to a RDD does not alert the detector user of an RDD being used. So there is no alert to you so you would have no idea when to unplug your detector. It does not work that way.

If you are running say a Redline it's good to go, there is no reason to unplug it anyway. For a semi driver though you best bet is to turn off whatever detector you have as you approach a weigh station. If a driver gets popped in thar case its on him.
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