Pennsylvania company has been selling a liquid for three years that
blocks roadside cameras from recording license plate numbers.
Photo Blocker,” developed by Phantom Plate of Harrisburg, comes
in a red aerosol can. The product was created out of anger over
“Big Brother” cameras that enforce traffic laws and are appearing
in a growing number of East Coast locations.
company found a way to make license plates hyper-reflective, and,
after much testing, they decided to go with the aerosol spritz.
Phantom Plate has sold thousands of the $29.99 cans, which can cover
up to six license plates, Scripps-Howard News Service reports.
companies sell clear plastic covers to obscure license plate numbers.