Protecting over 1 million drivers since 2001

PhotoBlocker™ Spray

STEP BY STEP Affiliate Program


Remove your license plate from your vehicle. Clean and dry the surface. Lay it on a dry surface.

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Before spraying, be sure to lay something out to protect the surrounding area. Apply PhotoBlocker in flat even strokes until license plate is saturated. Allow your license plate to dry until tacky, then repeat 3 -4 times until there is a nice glossy shine to your license plate.


Once your license plate is dry to the touch, place it back on your vehicle and you are done.

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Overexposed Picture Unreadable tag = no ticket

You are now protected. Every time you go past one of those money making cameras, you have an excellent chance of avoiding a ticket.

How does it work?

A majority of red light & speed cameras utilize strong flash to photograph the license plate on your car. Once sprayed on your license 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 cameras yet completely legible to the naked eye.
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WBAL 11: Baltimore, MD It’s a trap. Yellow lights are being shortened to generate revenue.

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WARNIng: We do not condone the use of PhotoBlocker products to defeat toll booth cameras. This product is designed to protect drivers from faulty red light and speed cameras only. Always obey laws.

The PhotoBlocker™ Spray in effect!

Day Light Shot taken from a speed flash camera of a truck using PhotoBlocker™ spray on its number plates

Night Shot taken from a speed flash camera of a car using PhotoBlocker™ spray on its number plates

Speed flash camera photograph taken of a car using PhotoBlocker™ spray .

NOTE: In some states it is unlawful to display on any vehicle a registration plate which is obscured in any manner which inhibits the proper operation of an automated red light enforcement system.Jacky Casteel, (WATE) Knoxville, Channel 6