I just read in another thread that Michigan has begun rear laser clocking. Although rear laser sounds especially threatening considering how easy it is to get a lock on the rear of a vehicle, is this really feasible in terms of speed trap discreetness on the part of the LEOs?
The problem with rear laser from an officer's perspective is that you obviously have to pass him before he can clock you. By then you've hopefully spotted him or noticed other drivers braking up ahead and have slowed down. I just don't see how effective rear laser will really be for law enforcement.
(BTW, it's all about being alert, I only got into this stuff recenlty and got an RD a few months ago and yet at 32 I've never had any tickets simply because of always being VERY alert ... I'm hoping the same level of alertness will save me from rear laser attacks.)