PlateSafe License Plate Locks
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RestoreATag Releases Innovative New Product That Prevents License Plate Theft
Patented design prevents worry and loss and can be used on any vehicle
July 1, 2013 – Odenton, MD – RestoreATag, the world’s premiere license plate restoration service, today announced the release of PlateSafe License Plate Locks, a patented, powerful security device that prevent illicit tag removal.
RestoreATag developed this U.S. patented, tamper-resistant locks to address the growing problem of license plate theft, which has risen by an astounding 36% in the United States and should be of concern to everyone. Police departments nationwide report a major increase in stolen tags, which thieves use to steal identities, pilfer gas, avoid insurance requirements, commit crimes, and more. Plate theft leaves car owners with hours of headaches and frustration, standing in line to order new tags and resolving police report issues, too.
PlateSafe Locks can be used on any vehicle, including antiques. They are also useful around the home, at work, or in any commercial application where items are secured by mounting screws or bolts.
PlateSafe offers a patented, sleek design that does not distract from the vehicle. The locks, which are precisely machined from a solid block of stainless steel that is guaranteed not to rust or corrode, encapsulate the car’s original license plate screws. When installed, the lock appears to be one solid piece of stainless steel. However, the PlateSafe’s top and bottom halves unscrew in opposite directions, protecting the screw head inside. PlateSafe locks come with a custom spanner wrench and special, low-friction washers that allow the lock assembly to spin while being tightened down. Even when thieves attempt to twist the locks with pliers, screwdrivers, or wrenches, they cannot unscrew the screws, leaving them no choice but to move on.
Buy your PlateSafe License Plate Locks today!
To learn more about RestoreATag’s PlateSafe License Plate Locks, or for wholesale distribution, contact Shawn Mahaney at 410-703-3873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.