This was one of the most sneaky Michigan State Troopers I have encountered in my 50,000 miles/year driving.
For those that are familiar with I-69 just north of the Indiana line.
I was southbound 69 this am when I sited a MSP patrolcar using Lidar on northbound traffic from behind.
When traveling northbound from Indiana after passing the "Welcome to Michigan" sign you pass a second overpass that also has a "Welcome to Michigan" sign. About a 1/4 mile up at the end of the line of trees on the right, past the overpass, he was backed in behind the tree line lasing from behind. You WILL NOT see this trooper until it is too late... period. Unless looking in your passenger side mirror you'll likely not see him at all. This is the ultimate spot.
I do not have image editing software on my company laptop. Upon returning home I will post a google earth image with the location circled.
Bottomline. use extreme caution entering Michigan on I-69 until you pass at least a mile beyond the "Welcome to Michigan" overpass. (again, the second "Welcome to Michigan" sign. Best bet to take it easy until you pass between the two lakes, again those familiar will understand.
This Trooper is insanely stealthy.