Thinking of the physics, lasers are made of coherent light. As stated in https://radartest.com/how_laser_jammers_work.asp - "To defeat a laser the front laser jammers must protect the headlights, license plate and surrounding reflective surfaces. In the rear, the license plate and tail lights are the primary targets. The center high-mounted stop light, backup lights and vertical, reflective surfaces are also targets. Even a tailgate-mounted spare tire/wheel assembly is fair game; we've targeted a Jeep Wrangler's aluminum spare wheel from 2,500 feet away. "what about the new detectors with "Laser Jammers"? Are these effective or more marketing then function?
So you would need a system that could detect laser energy at all of those locations and transmit a signal from those locations. Not simple or cheap.