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Hi Vis Safety Vest £1 at Poundland instore...be seen at night, cycling, breakdowns..etc
Hi Vis Safety Vest £1 at Poundland instore...be seen at night, cycling, breakdowns..etc

Hi Vis Safety Vest £1 at Poundland instore...be seen at night, cycling, breakdowns..etc

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Hi Vis Safety Vest

This Pro Driver Hi-Vis Safety Vest is essential for those dark nights! Ideal for car breakdwons, cycling, motorcycling, walking to school and just being seen! Available in medium and large.
Instore only.

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Fairly normal price, but a very good idea to have one or two of these in your car, heaps cheaper than your average funeral

also you need these by law if driving in Europe

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Normal price but loads cheaper than most places. Don't be tempted to go for the Large size unless you're really on the portly side as the Medium is really a "large" and the Large is really an "XL".

Also ideal if you are planning on going to any warehouse raves this festive period

Nad_84

Also ideal if you are planning on going to any warehouse raves this … Also ideal if you are planning on going to any warehouse raves this festive period



white gloves ahoy!

Alfonse

also you need these by law if driving in Europevoted hot



Yes and one per occupant must be kept INSIDE the car. Prudent in UK too though not legally required.

Don't forget though, if it's cold, you'll probably be putting these on over your regular coat, so you might want to consider a larger size than you'd normally wear.

Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use for cycling or running if it doesn't.

Great for all the health and safety enthusiasts out there.

how much was they before?

samkillick

how much was they before?



i suspect if poundland has sold them before, they were £1 then too lol

Cheap fancy dress option.

are there any in kids sizes? I'm looking for a couple to put on the littl'uns when we walk to after school clubs.

Probably velcro fastening if they're anything like the crappy ones you're obliged to have in Austria.

slacker

Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use … Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use for cycling or running if it doesn't.

slacker

Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use … Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use for cycling or running if it doesn't.



Got this a few months ago, yes they fasten at the front with velcro.

djdave01 - I was messing around mate lol

Alfonse

also you need these by law if driving in Europevoted hot

really????

slacker

Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much … Saw these yesterday but they were in a bag. Do they fasten? Not much use for cycling or running if it doesn't.



ideal as the traffic will be behind you - on a bike anyway and yes its true for European driving although I would imagine if hiring a car they will supply them for the occupants stated

Edited by: "janz70" 23rd Dec 2010

phillyboy

really????



Visibility Vests are compulsory in France from July 1st 2008, and in Austria, Belgium, Italy, Norway, Portugal and Spain (and likely to become compulsory throughout the EU). The rules vary from country to country concerning number of vests required and whether they should be carried in the car or boot. Common sense suggests that there should be a vest for every occupant, and that the vests should be carried in the car, and put on before getting out. Do this and you will not have a problem.

Warning triangle is compulsory as from July 1st 2008. The triangle can be used in conjunction with hazard flashers.

driving.drive-alive.co.uk/dri…htm

Thanks - got a couple of these today incase of car breakdown
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