Build a Brand with Yowzer.
The presence of your van proudly advertising the company, outside the office or even a client's residence, will give a substantial boost to your profile. It helps to draw the attention of any and all sorts of passers-by – many of whom might not have been aware of your business before. Your repeated drives to and from work, or a job, become the equivalent of running an advert in the local newspaper or hiring a billboard, but at a fraction of the price.
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Chapter 8 of the Traffic signs Manual ( Traffic Safety Measures & Signs for Road Works & Temporary Situations ) was issued by the Department of Transport. It provides guidelines for companies operating on public highways on a range of issues - including High Visibility Markings. Section five (5.2 & 5.5 ) outlines what conspicuous markings are required on Vehicles that stop for work purposes or inspection purposes on all public highways.
Who does it effect?
It affects any operator of large or small vehicles from HGV's to road maintenance trucks, small vans and cars that intentionally stop for work or inspection purposes on high speed roads.
Are there different requirements for different vehicles?
There are, however generally speaking all vehicles must be marked up. Four marking options exist, but it is generally accepted that high visibility film markings maximise the benefits associated with being seen.