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Harrisburg, PA, United States, 2006/01/19 - Thousands of drivers who are tired of getting unjust red light and speed camera tickets are turning to self-defense. PhotoBlocker reports sales of more than 500,000 cans of the unique spray that prevents unjust tickets..
The dramatic increase in the use of traffic enforcement cameras throughout the nation has created a large market for an aerosol spray that can be used as self-defense for innocent drivers, according to the manufacturer.
Cities all across the country are installing red light and speed camera units in an effort they say is to improve safety. Opponents say the real reason is revenue.
Whatever the reason, the cameras have been reported in many news stories to be malfunctioning. Thousands of drivers may be getting undeserved tickets in the mail as a result.
"It's too hard to fight the tickets, even if you know you are innocent," said Joe Scott of PhantomPlate, Inc. maker of PhotoBlocker™ spray. "Inconvenience, time from work, money for an attorney, and the stress involved motivate people to look for defense against unjust tickets. PhotoBlocker is inexpensive, and very easy to use.
"People have enough challenges in life, and they do not want traffic tickets they do not deserve. This is one of life's challenges that people can prevent. Motorists use PhotoBlocker spray to prevent unjust tickets. We want our roads to be safe, and we do not encourage anyone to break the law. But we know how frustrating it is to get a ticket you do not deserve," said Scott.
Independent tests when performed correctly by news organizations and even by police themselves have proven that the PhotoBlocker™ spray actually works.
PhotoBlocker™ is a simple aerosol spray that when applied to a license plate does not in any way alter the appearance of the plate to the naked eye, but the flash picture from a red-light camera or speed camera makes the number on the plate unreadable.
"Our sales have been climbing in proportion to the number of cities installing the cameras. As more and more people get unjust tickets, demand for our product will continue to rise," he added.
Although the company has a web site where the public can purchase the spray, he is actively seeking dealers and affiliates in all major cities to help respond to the demand.
News reports from around the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, and Europe indicate that politicians plan to add new red light and speed cameras throughout 2006. PhotoBlocker seems to be headed for a bright future of increased sales as more and more drivers look for ways to prevent tickets they do not deserve.
"We get calls, e-mails and letters from many professionals who use PhotoBlocker spray. Journalists, doctors, lawyers, firefighters, teachers, judges and police officers themselves have resorted to using PhotoBlocker spray to avoid entrapment," said Scott.
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