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How to Fight a Camera Red Light Ticket and Protect Your License Plate

Have you ever gotten a camera red light ticket? As someone who’s no stranger to a traffic ticket, I know how stressful and painful it is to get a ticket, and camera light tickets are no exception. In fact, these types of tickets are worse. Why? Because you don’t get pulled over for it immediately. Instead, the police send your ticket in the mail several days after you incurred the offense, making it difficult for you to remember what you were doing at the time and why you might have run the red light – if you did indeed run it.

Do you know what the consequences of getting a camera red light ticket are? For one, there’s a hefty fine – at least $300 in some states. In construction zones, fines are typically double – that’s a $600 ticket, for those of you keeping track. To dispute the ticket, you’ll have to stand in line at court all day before you get a turn in front of the judge. And don’t forget you’ll need an attorney to represent your case – another several hundred dollars, without a doubt.

If you don’t dispute the ticket, you won’t only be looking at a fine, your insurance rates will go through the roof. Insurance companies can apply a high premium to your account for three years after getting a ticket, and you can guarantee they’ll do it at the first opportunity. Plus, it goes on your permanent driving record, which is also not a desirable outcome.

Even if you’ve never been unfortunate enough to get a red light camera ticket before, now’s the time to think about preventing that from happening. Red light cameras and other photo enforced traffic procedures make big bucks for the city in which they’re located, which means officials are eager to boost their economy on your tab. Don’t think they’ll be merciful and let you off with a slap on the wrist warning.

There’s one very effective way you can prevent getting a red light camera. Aside from not driving at all and taking only public transportation to get to work and the grocery store, applying Photo Blocker Spray to your license plate is the best way to deflect a red light camera photo.

It works like this: You spray a layer of Photo Blocker onto your license plates, both front and back. In the event that you drive through a red light, the red light camera will snap a photo. But when it’s retrieved, the viewers will only see a heavily overexposed white patch where your driver’s license is supposed to be. Why? Because the Photo Blocker deflected the flash back at the camera, which overexposed the plate, causing it to camouflage your plate numbers.


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