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PhotoBlocker Spray - Makes Your Car Invisible To Traffic Cameras

PhotoBlocker Spray Helps Drivers Avoid Costly Traffic Tickets!

Red light and speed cameras are ticketing drivers 24/7/365. PhotoBlocker Spray helps drivers avoid getting costly tickets. A proven defense.

No one likes to get unjust traffic tickets. Red light and speed cameras are popping up all over the world at an alarming rate. Motorists have paid in excess of $1 Billion dollars in fines to date. The public is in desperate need for an effective product that can provide relief. PhotoBlocker Spray helps motorists avoid traffic camera tickets legally.

How does PhotoBlocker Spray work?
Red light and speed cameras use a strong flash to photograph the license plate on your car. Once sprayed on your plate, PhotoBlocker’s special formula produces a high-powered gloss that reflects the flash back towards the camera. This overexposes the image of your license plate, rendering the picture unreadable. With PhotoBlocker, your license plate is invisible to traffic cameras yet completely legible to the naked eye, making it 100% legal.

Does it work?It works so well that 500,000 units where already sold in 23 countries. PhotoBlocker Spray has been featured in the Washington Post, Washington Times, Daily Mail, Wall Street Journal and on NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC and many more…

Average Ticket is $89.99
PhotoBlocker Spray costs only $29.99. Find more about PhotoBlocker Spray!

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