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  • Arizona is using retroreflective materials to increase the conspicuity and identifiability of its police and emergency-response vehicles, being one of the first states to adopt the National Fire Protection Association Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus, known as the NFPA 1901. Arizona has outfitted its highway patrol vehicles with retroreflective striping that covers 50% of the cab with body-length striping 4 inches wide, 25% of the front of the vehicle with 4-inch wide striping, and 50% of the rear of the vehicle with a retroreflective chevron pattern. Not only does this treatment significantly increase the conspicuity of the vehicle in nighttime conditions, but the symbols and lettering incorporated into the retroreflective treatment allow the vehicle to clearly be identified as a

    May 30,
    - by Michael
  • It's a sad fact that 1 out of 25 accidents on America's highways today is due to unsafe lane changes and merges(1). That's approximately 630,000 collisions every year, causing more than 700 deaths per year(2) and maiming and injuring many more. Stick-on "blind spot" mirrors are one way to reduce your risk. On my personal vehicles I have added after-market blind-spot mirrors, the little round ones that just stick to the outer lower corner of the flat mirrored glass. They cost less than $1 each. I have them on both sides of each vehicle I own. They have one simple job - to let me know if there is "something" in my blind spot before I make a lane change.

    May 04,
    - by Michael

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