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)
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
delonixradar: Depends on your situation (and what threats are used in your area) Does NZ use laser speed cameras?
Jackcc5: is it even worth it getting veil?
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!
ROBERT GOUDREAU: With cars without a front plate,results would be even better.
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
jikonko28: best test i've seen, realistic, no BS good job. How do the headlights look after the paint has been applied?
delonixradar: @superorgasm no jammer in this test
superorgasm: this is bullcrap- theres a jammer thats the only way it would get an e01 msg.
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.
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.
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: Hence the use of products like this (Veil) and jammers
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.. :(
delonixradar: Yes (or a number of other points)
A jammer is the best solution in your case
lostinseganet: Thats what I am thinking. Don't tell them crap!
Daniel Mirai: VEIL IS AMAZING!!
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, 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.