Hello all, I live in Pennsylvania where only state police can use radar and laser so I consider us residents pretty fortunate (though I heard that might change soon). I have a V1 and I drive fairly responsibly so I'm not too focused on that aspect of this forum. I am not a tin foil hat kind of person and I am not looking to skirt red light cameras and toll booths. I do like to limit the amount of overreach that has been allowed with these systems. PA allows both private industry and parking enforcement to use ALPRs not to mention the state's highways are littered with them. This is more just a small experiment that I want to attempt and in my solid 5 minutes of Googling could not find whether this has been done and if it has had success. What I have been researching are countermeasures to plate readers and what I've found, hopefully to be correct is, -Plates are retroreflective (most likely 3m sheeting) everywhere except the numbers. -I think retroreflective surfaces will reflect both a traditional camera flash and IR but will do nothing to prevent reading when there is enough visible light. -People have successfully used retroreflective house numbers on their plate to create a solid retroreflective surface (unfortunately PA plates have dark blue letters/numbers.) My plan -Order the plate attached below due to its noisy background and white lettering -Use retroreflective acrylic paint which employs "micro glass beads" similar to roadway paint -Apply the paint to some or all of the white area, at least enough to break up their appearance to a machine. Thoughts and feedback are welcome. Did a quick search in passive countermeasures but couldn't really find if this had been attempted.