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This is my buddy's GT500 Cobra.

I had to take a picture of the taillights since we Camaro owners rarely ever get to see them.

Usually it's the other way around. :D

I didn't pixelate his license plate. That's his camera shield. I guess they really work. :cool:
 

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Um, not that I'm breaking the law or anything. It's for a study I'm doing...;)
 

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You're welcome my friend.

When I took the picture of my buddy's GT500, I could clearly see his plate, but when I looked at the picture to downsize it and post it, it was unreadable like you see.

I guess they really do work.
 

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With all the automatic speed cameras and red light cameras that are being installed locally, this could save your butt when the light changes too fast and the camera takes a pic to mail you a $50 ticket. Very interesting indeed!
 

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I saw this before on a honda civic some girl was driving. At an angel you can see the rectangular clear film applied to the plate. I wonder what a cop would do if he saw that? How would one be able to explain that?
 

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Even normal clear covers are illegal here in Iowa.

I figure my car gets enough attention without doing the plate thing.

However, there is a James Bond Style flip-down for the rear that can't be seen because it fits in the triangular holes behind the rear plate and flips the plate down in a 10th of a second foiling speed cameras that take a picture of your rear plate after you pass.

When it's not flipped, it looks perfectly legit.

http://www.speedflip.com/
 
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