Hey all, a little less than a year I bought an anti-photo license plate cover ("Photoshield cover" was the name) off of Amazon marketplace . It is the type where it curves to refract the light and make it hard to read the lettering from extreme angles, especially the sides.
I've seen the ones Roy has on his site, and it looks more like those are reflective...ish?
Also, Roy has three anti-photo plates:
The probably overpriced $59.99 Toll Free Protector
"TollFree Protector is a licence plate cover that prevents high angle mounted toll road cameras from getting a clear shot of your plate."
The $24.99 Overhead protector
"Overhead Protector is designed to defeat photo radar cameras mounted high overhead (directly above or at an angle) usually on poles, bridges, or overpasses."
The $34.99 Super Protector
"Super protector is designed to defeat photo radar & laser cameras from side and above angles."
Are there any real differences?? And do any of them stay clear??
GA doesn't have photoradar (and let's keep it that way, knock on wood), just red light cameras and toll cameras. The red light cameras are always mounted high, either diagonally from the direction the car is traveling or straight behind. I don't really worry much about the tolls, but they are mounted about 5' high. Picture below with them pointed out along w/ pic of the license cover yellowing. The picture is misleading, though, it looks much worse that that