Inside of every vehicle, as well as every driver, there’s an urge to exploit the full potential: have the pedal pushed to the metal and the engine work as hard as never before. The exciting feeling of nearing and breaking your personal speed record is known only to a few. Majority of drivers, duly following sometimes ridiculous speed regulations, have never even thought of giving their vehicle a speed test, afraid of being pulled over by the police. Luckily, laser jammers have proved to be the answer for those who want to feel the adrenaline rush every time they’re behind the wheel as well as avoid unpleasant consequences — speeding tickets and, in worst-case scenarios, license suspension.
The history of laser jammers began in the 1990’s, and since then this rather simple device have won hearts of thousands of drivers around the globe. Initially found in the cars of street racers and professional drivers for whom it was an essential upgrade, the device is now becoming more and more popular among regular drivers who are tired of being constantly on alert for police laser guns in most unexpected places. Over the past years, the widespread popularity of such devices has become a key factor behind the decision to pass laws prohibiting its use in a number of states. Nonetheless the attempts to ban the use of jammers have only further increased consumer demand, making the installation of the system a profitable business which accounts for a substantial share of profits of many small-scale repair shops and privately-owned garages.
Just as was the case with other sophisticated technologies, such as Bluetooth Navigation, that were abused by inexperienced mechanics and greedy shop owners, the installation of jammers in the U.S. eventually reached a stage where systems were sold by charlatans who tried to cut corners at the expense of quality and durability. Nowadays, the new and creative ways of installing the system in your car require the help of a professional mechanic who takes into consideration all the characteristics of a vehicle and its use before making a decision on the jammers’ location, so that only the driver knows where they are.
According to Monster Customs’ specialists, ‘Each integration and installation is a very special and unique work of art.’ The shop, which was founded by Terry Dobbs and Jim Florek in 2010, is now in its full bloom and offers a full range of services to its large clientele. In addition to relatively simple car audio installations and body repairs, the shop offers modern Bluetooth Stereo integration and equips cars with radar detector Atlanta‘s other repair shops have not even heard of.
With constant demand for laser jammers, more and more repair shops are offering installation services. However it’s important to remember that when it comes to your safety on the road — or the safety of your wallet — rush decisions are bad decisions. To avoid being pulled over and having a lecture read about the dangers of reckless driving, take your time to learn all the details of installation process and use of jammers on the road.