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Reflective and Fluorescent Aluminum Slow Moving Vehicle Symbol
This Slow Moving Vehicle Emblem has a red reflective border with a fluorescent orange center,making it perfect to affix to your slow moving tractor, wheelchair, or buggy etc, day or night. It is a large and noticeable 14" tall and 16" wide on the bottom. This reflective yield symbol comes either as an emblem with 2 mounting holes or as an adhesive decal.
Slow moving vehicles are not something motorists expect. This will alert them of your presence, keeping them AWAY from you. This universal triangle emblem alerts motorist to reduce their speed, and to be extra cautious to avoid collision.
Designed for vehicles that travel at speeds of 25 MPH or slower.
DOT Rated and ANSI/ISEA Compliant.
-Slow-Moving Vehicle Emblem
-16” x 14”
-Emblem option: 2 Mounting Holes: The screws are 6" apart, the top screw hole is about 4" from top & the bottom hole is 4" from bottom.
-Decal option: adhesive back
-Non-corrosive, Non-conductive Aluminum
-Red Reflective Border for Night time visibility
- Fluorescent Orange inner, for daytime visibility
-Weighs only 1 lb.
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Q: The decal could be mounted on corrugated white signboard (plastic)? (metal one could slice off arm if hit by passing vehicle!)
A:That is a good point. I would not suggest the metal emblem with mounting holes for a bicycle unless it is mounted on a bike basket or bike trailer. I like your idea of mounting the decal on signboard.
Q:how would you put this on your bike?
A:Okay I have some more information for you:
The metal emblem measures 14" from top to bottom and 16" across at widest points. The screws are 6" apart, the top screw hole is about 4" from top & the bottom hole is 4" from bottom. The decal is the same size as above and is adhesive. I suppose these could be put on a bicycle.
Maybe the one with the mounting holes would work better for a bike. You can try it out on your bike and if it doesn't work you can return it (though we don't cover the shipping on returns). You may be able to mount it with some plastic ties or rope. I am not sure. If you do try it out please let me know how it works.