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Using My Max 360 Radar and Laser Detector

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Escort Radar + Laser Detectors for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

I just unpacked my Escort 360! I’m so excited to start using it. I’ll explain why below, but let me show you how it came.


When it arrived in the mail, I unpacked it.


Then, I opened the box to find a very nice bag that unzipped to reveal the detector, and sticky cup, and SmartCord.


It was very easy to set up. I attached the sticky cup to my windshield and the detector easily slipped in. Then I connected the SmartCord to the lighter adapter and the detector jack.

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Once everything was hooked up, the detector started working immediately.

Here’s why the Max 360 radar + laser detector is so cool. It is the most precise 360° ticket protection on the road. I boasts of dual antennas and full-circle threat detection. Plus, directional arrows instantly identify the source.

Nobody likes to be pulled over by police and I don’t think they like having to pull people over either. So, why not avoid that whenever possible? There are more ways than ever to get a ticket: radar and laser guns, red light cameras, and speed cameras can all get you.

But the good news is that radar and laser detectors are legal all over the country, with the exception of Washington D.C. and Virginia and the technology of these detectors has jumped way ahead to keep you aware of threats.

You should obey all laws when driving. But some roads’ speed limits change and if you are like me, you probably have kids in the car, which can be distracting. Wouldn’t it be nice to know about potential ticket threats ahead of time? Besides, the National Motorist Association estimates that 1/3 of all speed enforcement tickets are erroneous. Identifying ticket threats as soon as possible makes a lot of sense.

It isn’t just the uncomfortableness of having to answer how fast you thought you were going to the police. Tickets are costly! The average ticket is $150 and the total speeding ticket cost to consumers is more than $6,000,000,000 per year. But that isn’t the only cost of ticket. the average insurance increase over three years is $900 from just ONE ticket!

Here’s how the Max 360 radar + laser detector helps me. It has unmatched precision and directional arrows that identify threats. Its GPS-powered AutoLearn technology intelligently rejects false alerts and its Digital Signal Processing provides extreme range and lightening fast responses.

I do a lot of sponsored posts and I was still impressed by the Max 360 radar + laser detector was the ease of set up and all of the features. The magnetic mount let the detector snap right onto my sticky cup. I could tell it was a strong connection. It also has access to the ESCORT’s DEFENDER Database, which warns of verified speed traps, speed cameras, and red light cameras. It also connects by bluetooth to an app that is available in the iTunes App Store or Google play store.

Here’s the kicker, when you buy a detector from, the purchase includes a Speeding Ticket Limited Guarantee. For more information about that, and how Escort Max 360 provides ticket protection, please visit their site above. You will see shy the Escort Radar products are recommended over Valentine One.

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Chris Ashbach is one of the founders of Dan330. Chris is a pilot and avid outdoorsman who loves fishing, hunting, camping, and exploring. He loves taking kids (especially his own) on trips to share his passion of the outdoors. Chris is also a gardener, volunteers at Let's Go Fishing, and teaches Sunday school. Chris holds a MA in Organizational Leadership and is faculty at a local university in Minnesota; teaching undergraduate business classes.