Red Light and Photo Radar

Camera Blocker

Plateblockers is a clear plastic license plate cover that incorporates a thin diffusion lens designed to make your license plate unreadable and distorted to traffic cameras when viewed at an angle.

Protect Yourself Today!

Make Your Car Invisible To Police Cameras

NO MORE TRAFFIC TICKETS! A majority of red light & speed cameras utilize strong flash to photograph the license plate on your car.

PlateBlocker Spray 2 $49.00
Reflective plate blocker $29.99
Plate Blocker 1 $49.99
PlateBlocker Spray $49.00
Reflective plate blocker 1 $29.99
Plate Blocker 2 $49.99
PlateBlocker Spray 1 $49.00
Reflective plate blocker 2 $29.99
Plate Blocker $49.99

How it works

Plateblockers is a clear plastic license plate cover that incorporates a thin diffusion lens designed to make your license plate unreadable and distorted to traffic cameras when viewed at an angle

work1 Clear Transparent Cover
work2 Inconspicuous to the Naked Eye
work3 Effective and Proven to Work
work4 Quick & Easy Installation

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