Block all photo enforcement cameras with one cover from the rear and police laser from the front!
Total Protection for vehicles registered in states requiring both front and rear plates.
Front of Vehicle: Protection from Police Laser
The Laser Shield
The laser Shield developed by OnTrack is a plastic license plate
cover that you place over your front license plate that is able to
deflect the incoming light beam from a police laser gun.
The result is that you now have extra time to slow down as your detector alerts.
Benefits of Laser Shield
• Provides you extra time to slow down in laser ambushes
• Does not obstruct view of your license plate numbers
• 1 year warranty
Rear of Vehicle: Protection from Photo Enforcement
Our most popular photo enforcement camera license plate cover is our Super Protector, as it provides protection from both overhead and side cameras all at one time.
How Does the Super Protector Work?
There are basically two ways that photo enforcement cameras are mounted:
Overhead Cameras: Red light cameras and many HOV and toll cameras are mounted at a high elevation looking down toward your vehicle.
Side Angle Cameras: Both fixed and mobile speed enforcement cameras are typically on the side of the roadway.
As a result of this, the Super Protector was developed with two separate lenses, each one blocking the respective angles of both the overhead and side angle cameras.
The result is an anti photo enforcement license plate cover that will block both these type of cameras while keeping your license plate completely visible from straight on.
Benefits of the Super Protector
- Proven defense against all photo enforcement cameras including: photo radar, red light camera, HOV cameras, toll cameras and more.
- Protects your privacy from unwanted photo enforcement, security and other types of cameras.
- One year warranty
Frequently Asked Questions About the Super Protector
How Visible is the Super Protector to the naked eye if I have it installed on my vehicle?
From straight on, your license plate will still be clearly visible. However, from any other angle it would be apparent that you do have a photo enforcement cover installed on your license plate.
If this is a concern, we would recommend that you consider the iR Invisi-Plate instead.
Are these covers legal to use?
Several states including Colorado and Washington D.C. have laws prohibiting the use of any device that can defeat photo camera enforcement.
Use of this product by the buyer constitutes an agreement for the following. Buyer is responsible for checking local codes before installing this product on a vehicle. Buyer assumes all responsibility for using this product in compliance with local motor vehicle codes in the area of vehicle use. ON TRACK Manufacturing Corp., its distributors, dealers, and affiliates will not be held liable for use of the product, and do not guarantee effectiveness of the product. Drive defensively. ON TRACK does not endorse speeding.