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Minnesota Radar Detector Laws

In Minnesota, Radar Detectors are

Legal - mostly

There are no known laws prohibiting the sale, use, or ownership of radar detectors in the State of Minnesota.

It is illegal, however, to affix anything to a windshield that could obstruct a driver’s view – like a radar detector.

Federal DOT regulations, however, outlaw radar detectors in all commercial vehicles over 10,000 pounds.

In addition, radar detectors are illegal to employ on US Military Bases.

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Do you want to learn more about radar detectors and how they work?
Check out our article How do Radar Detectors Work?
Are you thinking about buying a radar detector to use in Minnesota?
See our Radar Detectors Buyer’s Guide

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Posted on Sunday, January 27th, 2013 at 5:43 am and is filed under Radar Detector Laws.