Uniden R7 Radar Detector for Safe Driving with Pets
One of my big fears is getting into a car accident while traveling with pets. The other big fear is being pulled over with my dogs in the car. Why do I worry? Because it’s stressful to me and my pets, and I hate paying fines for things that could have been avoided. That’s why I take a lot of precautions when I have my pets in the car – for their sake and mine.
One way that I decrease my chance of being pulled over is to not speed – especially when my pets are in the car. But, the truth is, it’s easy to get distracted when you have pets (SQUIRREL!!) in the car.
Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product.
Fortunately, there are a lot of devices that can help us stay safe on the road. The Uniden R7 Radar Detector is one of them. One thing that sets this radar detector apart is that you can set a speed and this unit will alert you when you go above that speed. That is just one way it helps keep people and pets safe while on the road.
Monitors Your Speed
With voice notification and MAX speed warning system you will be able to hear when you exceed the preset speed without taking your eyes off the road.
This enables you to maintain a safe driving speed without thinking too hard about it. It’s way too easy to get distracted – now you won’t have to take your eyes off the road.
There are several ways the Uniden R7 helps improve your driving. When you’re watching the road and thinking about where you need to go, it’s easy to be distracted.
Now you don’t have to take your eyes off the road. The Uniden R7 features voice notification that tells you whether you’re speeding.
The large OLED display includes arrows that identify the direction of incoming threats and change color on a scale of green to red to indicate the signal’s strength. This helps you to quickly and easily read information while keeping your focus on the road.
Keep safety top of your mind when you’re traveling with your pets and don’t be afraid to use technology that is designed to help.
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