I lived in Texas for 12 years (specifically Austin) and I did an Austin-Houston-back-to-Austin weekend drive religiously every month during that 12 years. In Ridyn's defense if you are on the highway and you're not running at least 10mph over the speed limit (outside of rush hour) on the highway then YOU are the hazard, as people fly down the highways in Texas. Also worth noting is that cops don't seem to bat an eye at vehicles rolling 10mph over the speed limit; they're looking for 15-20mph or more over the limit during the daytime. This means one really doesn't need a detector if one is only going 5-10mph over ... and it's just wasted money on a feel-good security blanket that doesn't really protect you. Night time is, of course, a different story as every stop (even 8mph over) is a stop looking for drunk drivers. However, if you're stopped and you have a detector ... plan on getting a ticket, as the detector tends to just piss the cops off.