Veil G5 (G5.6) Anti-Laser Stealth Coating
Avoid Speeding Tickets with Veil G5.6
Did you know today, in the U.S. alone, more than 125,000 speeding tickets will be issued?
Even more troubling, are you aware that your privacy is being invaded by the growing use of automated license plate recognition and photo enforcement systems which can be used to track your movements?
With these alarming facts in mind, ask yourself:
- Would you like to safely avoid speeding tickets?
- Would you like to avoid getting photo enforcement tickets?
- Would you like to prevent your movements from being tracked?
With our patented Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating, you can do all three.
Veil is a highly infrared-absorptive polymer coating which is easily applied to your vehicle’s headlight and license plate areas–the primary targeting points of police laser speed guns and license plate scanners.
Once applied, Veil absorbs the IR light preventing speed readings from being displayed on the officer’s police laser gun.
We’ve been protecting thousands of savvy motorists for more than a decade and we are pleased to announce that we have a new and improved version called Veil G5.6.
- Prevents speeding tickets by interfering with the officer’s ability to obtain your speed.
- Maintains your privacy by blocking IR photo enforcement and license plate readers.
- Protects your headlights from long-term UV damage and oxidation.
Start driving worry-free and protect yourself now!
Note: The use of this product is not a license to speed nor do we advocate speeding.
This will be about my 8 the or 9th bottle of veil started with your product from the start on my sportbikes and vehicles, I had a solid bright white Chevy HHR panel SS with LI system the front was OK punch thrus at 100 ft and some change even with BLK bra, and over pass shots to front we're 50/50, added Veil to front and painted the bra, it looked good, gave it a little satin finish and went total JTG.
Also rear of HHR is flat nice reflective surface and being white, added Veil to my tail lights tag, reflectors in bumper and anything other than the white pain, then I was JFG/JTG about 100% of the time would get maybe a 75 to 80ft PT every now and then, but it was being tested by the RDF Ga test group, using tri-pods and trying to find a weak spot so not real world shots, but our over pass and on ramp ambush style testing was more real world as they would not use tripod just part of the car thru drive window.
Awesome product, adding this to my Honda of Italy CB1000R sportbike and my Dodge ram 1500 trucks front chrome and anything other than paint on truck on front is going to be covered.
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