If it was a Ultralyte or stalker than yes too much reflection from the Sun hitting down on the car could cause a E01 error code. This I have seen shooting on a bright sunny day hitting a car with chrome. But if the officer got your speed, then most likely it was accurate. Its hard to fight a laser ticket in court versus radar. I hope you all the best if you go to fight the ticket in court.
Originally Posted by bhaubrich
Ok, well I don't have a LIDAR jammer. I am just wondering if the officers LIDAR gun used to issue the citation could possibly have error introduced as a result of taking a measurement while facing into the sun. Is this possible? No jammers involved just wondering if the direct sunlight may have caused the officer's equipment to read inaccurately? Your thoughts?