i have run into a couple traps lately where a marksman is targetting the rear of vehicles with lidar while a couple chaser leo cars wait at the highway entrance nearby. I have run into this trap on 2 seperate occasions and i wonder if having a sensor on the rear of your vehicle would be effective in jamming this rear shot?
each time i was shot my v1 graciously alerted to rear laser and luckily i was not speeding. im guessing in this situation one would hope for advanced warning from a detector but im really wondering on the effectiveness of jamming the rear shot from lidar. my friend got nailed with a laser ticket a few months ago from the rear as the leo was hiding behind a highway bridge overpass (but with laser mounted).
when i do purchase a jammer i am strongly considering getting an extra head to put in the rear...(that is...if it would work)..are there any tests on this?