A white colored vehicle is the easiest target for a laser gun as the color white reflects all colors including laser’s infrared light. The darker the vehicle the more difficult it is to target. A black car with no chrome, no front plate, and pop down headlights is virtually impossible to target with laser. Motorcycles, contrary to popular opinions, are easy targets especially if they have a large headlight like a Harley. A light colored, taupe, Buick was an easy target for the laser gun. The Kustom Pro III laser got a target reading on the Buick on average at 1,640 feet. The dark blue Dodge was a more difficult target averaging a target reading at 1,256 feet, a target reduction distance of 24%. The Harley’s large headlight made it easily seen by the laser on average at 1,580 feet. Each target vehicle was run at the laser gun three times to establish a targeting distance. All testing parameters being equal, Laser Veil was then applied to the targeting point on each vehicle, the driver’s side headlight. The test vehicles were then run again at the same speed and from the same distances toward the police laser gun three times. On average Laser Veil reduced the targeting distance of the Buick by 65% to 577 feet, It reduced the targeting distance of the Dodge by 64% to 456 feet and it reduced the Harley’s targeting distance by 49% to 812 feet. Based on the replicated testing procedures, Laser Veil performs as advertised as is awarded SML Performance Certification seal.