Anti-Speed Camera Spray
Speeding fines and penalty points can be a drivers worst nightmare as the addition of penalty points to your licence can increase your cheap womens car insurance dramatically. There are many ways to avoid the addition of penalty points to your licence through being caught speeding. The simplest method is to adhere to the speed limits of the road and avoid speeding under any circumstances.
However a new product that has hit the high street recently claims that it can help the driver avoid government money making devices such as speed cameras. The product that is manufactured by Flashtec is a spray that can be applied to the number plate of any vehicle. The spray then acts as a reflective coat that can ultimately disable flash type speed cameras. The coating works by reflecting the flash from the camera and when developed the image reveals a blank number plate meaning there is not enough details to process the speeding fine.
The police and the DVLA have blasted the product claiming that Flashtec are encouraging the use of an illegal product in the attempt to avoid speeding fines and penalty points that can raise cheap womens car insurance. The company states that they are doing nothing wrong and have claimed they sought legal advice before marketing the product to make sure that they were not breaking the law.
Whatever your opinion of the product the fact remains that even if Flashtec are not doing anything wrong by marketing the product it is illegal to use. In fact if a motorist proven to have used the product can expect to be fined heavily in the region of £1000. Maybe sticking to the designated speed limit would be a better idea than using products that disable speed detection equipment and encourage breaking of the law through speeding.