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Truck lighting violations are not always about lights.

Posted by on 11/15/2017 to News
Truck lighting violations are not always about lights.
Important visibility features that can be forgotten are reflectors and conspicuity tape. They are the last straw of visibility for vehicles incase of a total power loss and no safety lighting is available.

For the past 15 years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has required trailers in trucking applications to be equipped with both on the sides and rear with a means for making them more visible on the road. The NHTSA rule allows trailer manufacturers to install either red and white retroreflective sheeting or reflex reflectors.

Truck drivers can also be subject to violations for having defective conspicuity tape. Over time, conspicuity tape can also degrade to the point that it's no longer sufficiently reflective. This can result is a dramatic increase in risk of a collision from another vehicle.

At we offer convenient rolls of Conspicuity Tape so your fleet can be safe and compliant and while out on the roads.