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Spray PhotoBlocker to Prevent Photo Radar Red Light and Speed Camera Tickets
Many traffic tickets sent by mail from red light cameras and speed cameras have been sent in error, and so drivers spray PhotoBlocker to prevent the photo radar tickets.
A growing number of drivers spray PhotoBlocker on their license plates to prevent unjust photo radar tickets that cause inconvenience, time, and expense to resolve.
"Spray PhotoBlocker on each license plate," explained David Bresnahan, spokesman for http://SprayPhotoBlocker.com. "It causes a reflection when photo radar units take a picture. The glare of the reflection prevents the numbers on the plate from showing up in the photo."
Recently a major front-page story in the Washington Post explained that test after test from around the world have shown it works as described.
"People have enough challenges in life, and they do not want traffic tickets they do not deserve. This is one of life's challenges that people can prevent. Motorists spray PhotoBlocker to prevent unjust and undeserved tickets. We want our roads to be safe, and we do not encourage anyone to break the law. But we know how frustrating it is to get a ticket you do not deserve," said Bresnahan.
Other products include various types of radar detectors and covers that are placed over license plates. Those items are faulty and are illegal in many places.
PhotoBlocker distorts a flash photograph, but it does not obstruct the viewing of the license plate with the naked eye. A person can see the plate just as easily with the spray on it as a plate with no spray.
Numerous tests by news organizations and police departments from around the world shows PhotoBlocker to be effective in preventing a photo radar image from being legible.
PhotoBlocker has been featured in news stories by the Washington Post, NBC, CBS, ABC News, Tech TV, Norwegian TV, Dutch TV, Washington Times, UK's Daily Mail, NewsMax.com and many, many more. To date conclusive tests have been conducted by the Denver Police Dept., Dutch Police, Fox News, Swedish TV, Australian TV, and British TV.
"We get calls, e-mails and letters from many professionals who dnveq use the spray. Journalists, doctors, lawyers, firefighters, teachers, judges and police officers themselves have resorted to our spray to avoid entrapment,"
The company offers a money-back guaranty, according to the web site at http://SprayPhotoBlocker.com, but to date less than one half of one percent of all customers have requested a refund, according to Bresnahan.
The web site http://SprayPhotoBlocker.com provides detailed information about the product and how it works. The spray is used to prevent photo radar tickets from red light cameras and speed cameras. The spray is intended for use by drivers who obey the law and want to prevent tickets issued in error by faulty cameras.
David M. Bresnahan
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