Hi there. Another newbie bites the dust and joins the community
I am amazed by how much good information the forums contain, and I am learning a lot. But let's get into topic. Laser is used often at the city where I work (Warren, MI). The more I read, the more I learn about wanting our cars to not be reflective to help with laser. This is ironic, as I come from a forum where in fact the objective is to have the shiniest cars on the block (autopia.org) Now I am a torn between having the best shine with the best laser protection posible.
I assume a shiny well waxed car, even in dark color will help the LEO in their laser readings as the wax will reflect more light, even the near IR or so 904 nm wavelength that the lidar guns use.
Is my assumption that a shiny car will reflect laser better correct? Can I wax veil? Should I apply veil to all of the front bumper?