Anti Photo Radar Club
Photo radar camera's violation photo of Colorado plate and Anti Photo Radar Club.
Anti Photo Radar Club rated "ineffective"
The Club is a black flap of ABS plastic bolted to the end of the license plate. It creates a vertical shield claimed to partially cover the plate when viewed from the side.
We found that at the standard photo radar 22-degree angle it covered much of the last number, but not enough to prevent identification. Only at a 35 degree-plus angle would it blank out the digit. We've never seen a photo radar camera operating at this kind of angle.
It's unfortunate that black material is used for the Club; something translucent would be far less obvious. Driving around with the Club is like dangling a sign: Attention police officers: Ask me about the photo-radar countermeasure on my license plate!
Photo radar rating: 1 of a possible 10
Red light/speed camera rating: 0 of a possible 10