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How Laser Jammers Can Help You

Have you ever fallen victim to the Police laser gun and been ticketed for speeding? If your answer is yes, then you have likely wished for a countermeasure that would help you prevent such encounters. Well, your problem could be solved. Check out a tool to help prevent a speeding ticket - the defensive laser jammer!

So, how does a laser jammer confuse a laser gun?

In order to understand this, you need to know how the laser gun works. The laser gun aims a laser beam at your license plate or another reflective surface.

Laser Jammers have been developed as an aid to alerting for laser speed traps.

A laser jammer analyses the traffic laser signal received and is capable of confusing the source. The result is the source device detects nothing and displays a non-read or miss-aim message to the operator.

Quality jammers should always feature and implement an automatic shut down after a laser threat is detected and confirmed.

Constant laser jamming may bring about a confrontation with police who have targeted you and not obtained a speed reading for your vehicle.

Why would I need a laser jammer?

  • To reduce the likelihood of further speeding tickets: Too many speeding tickets can get too many demerit points and jeopardize your driver’s license as well as waste your hard earned cash. For professional drivers, losing your license is losing your livelihood. Investing in a set of laser jammers is like taking preventative medicine.
  • Your radar detectors let you down. Period: Radar detectors may be able to warn you when you have a cop’s laser gun aimed at your car. However, radar detectors are passive and the laser gun can record your speed in less than ½ sec.. That means, by the time you hear the warning, a traffic cop already has your speed. Laser jammers are active and can prevent a cop’s laser gun from determining your speed for a set period of time.

Question:

  • Are Laser jammers are legal: In some locations they are prohibited and in some they are legal but their application may be regarded as interfering with an electronic source or an obstruction offence. Neither of these is a traffic offence and do not attract demerit points. However we do not advocate extended jamming times so to avoid the negative aspects of their use. In summary, a laser jammer can help you save money and drive relaxed.

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