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D.O.T. tape for safety's sake

captken

LawnSite Bronze Member
Any one else use it? I think having it on the trailer increases safety, especially after dark, [finishing up the day]

Use cones and the tape, plus yellow/black non-skid strips...hope this prevents a motorist from loading himself up....with the ramp down.

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captken

captken

LawnSite Bronze Member
really stands out at intersections at night when approaching cars headlights pick it out.

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TLS

LawnSite Fanatic
Musta got a roll cheap, huh?

Cant be too safe.

People must need their shades at night whey they pass next to you!
 

proenterprises

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Connecticut
Thats right, JOB #1 IS ALWAYS TO BE SAFE!.

Looks good, I think its a good idea to put on the gate but thats all I would do. I would just put the flashers on when you get out of the truck. It lights up the front and back of your truck as well as the trailer. Its cheaper and very effective.
 

rookiemower

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
chicago suburbs
i know my dad company (i believe) pays $100-200 a roll :(
but i have it on the back of my gate
 

C & T

LawnSite Member
I have on the inside top part of my gate so as to see it when the gate is down. It can be seen by oncoming drivers. I also set a cone up if I will be a while with the gate down.


Shawn
 

The Captain

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Metro St.Louis
Might not be a bad idea to put a strip across the back of the "Z' if a job requires us to mow along roadway shoulders or other high traffic areas. We sometimes kick up enough dust that we are hard to see.

Jim......aka The Captain
 
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