Christopher Chaparro: This is the truth, I've pulled over 4 times in a 6 week span! Wasn't
speeding a single one of those times, guess they were just bored or
something. I got a couple of fix-it tickets here and there.
delonixradar: It has been out of stock world wide for some time. New G4 formula will be
available soon. What state are you in Dean?
delonixradar: Yes (or a number of other points) A jammer is the best solution in your case
King Travis: @rmaltbie1 i see more radar in urban areas then i do lidar. Ive gotten
caught by lidar before and it was on open avenue towards the beach caught
me at 1000ft. soon as my radar detector said laser knew i was screwed.
couple hundred feet slowing down distance would been fine
Jackcc5: No nz does not use laser based cameras they use the low powered K band
redflex ones.how ever they do use the guns Normally kustom laser pro 3 or
Stalker. does veil even work against the cameras? i wouldn't of thought so
pmfabri: Some laser guns have overly sensitive jam detection circuitry, and will
trigger on some cars (Like the C5 corvette) without any countermeasures at
all. Blame the Gun Manufacturer!
Jackcc5: is it even worth it getting veil?
Dan Murad: I just got two tickets with laser on the 9500i. It didn't warn me, but
there's just not enough time to slow down. Cops apply lasers after turns or
little hills (bridges) so laser "immediately" works. I rarely have been hit
by laser from this kind of distance (200 meters? c'mone, the cops not
stupid) I'm willing to try their "new" formula as laser jammers are illegal
in my state.
lostinseganet: Thats what I am thinking. Don't tell them crap!
jikonko28: best test i've seen, realistic, no BS good job. How do the headlights look
after the paint has been applied?
Dan Murad: If you have a laser detector, such as the 9500i, you have PLENTY of time to
slow down. I'm gonna buy this!
xfade2blakx: why didnt the cops just stick to radar? freakin laser gives you no
warning.. even with a high end radar detector, by the time it tells you
there's laser around you've already been clocked.. :(
RacerE7773: @jtlovett27 I'm 40, and have a stock '03 Impala and got ran by the only
active sheriff's car in our county on the way to the store yesterday. A
couple years ago my wife and I were in another county coming home at
midnight from a movie in the same Impala and got tailgated by a state. So
it's true; they had nothing better to do.it was even worse when I was
younger with a stock '86 cavalier and a '00 cavalier. I never see them
behind modified cars if ever.
delonixradar: Yes, it works as advertised. Veil are about to release their generation 4
formula, which not only applies to your headlights better, but is quoted to
further improve laser absorbtion.
maltbie.org: Hmm, about 800ft? I think the law is typically a 1000 ft. or less for LIDAR
tagging—so I read. And most cops Ive seen using LIDAR in urban areas are
less then that, instant on too! So without active jamming, you are most
likely busted—so Ive read.
delonixradar: No, doesn't work against cameras. But for lidar guns like Kustom PL3 it
will give you more time to slow down if they target you from a reasonable
distance (and you have a radar detector)
superorgasm: this is bullcrap- theres a jammer thats the only way it would get an e01
ROBERT GOUDREAU: With cars without a front plate,results would be even better.
delonixradar: Depends on your situation (and what threats are used in your area) Does NZ
use laser speed cameras?
delonixradar: @superorgasm no jammer in this test
Daniel Mirai: VEIL IS AMAZING!!
delonixradar: Hence the use of products like this (Veil) and jammers