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Visibility Tape Introduces Product Enhancements

February 26, 2014 - Press Release

Visibility Tape helps prevent rear-end crashes and reduces vehicle repair costs and downtown arising from collisions.
Visibility Tape helps prevent rear-end crashes and reduces vehicle repair costs and downtown arising from collisions.

Visibility Tape, a Baltimore-based company formed to promote fleet vehicle safety, is now offering a larger size of its reflective adhesive tape. The larger strips increase visibility of larger vehicles.

“Visibility Tape has been proven to reduce rear-end collisions by more than 50 percent,” said Ricky Rothstein, managing partner. “The new product option will help us meet the needs of our growing customer base. By increasing a driver’s awareness of stopped or slow-moving vehicles, Visibility Tape is helping everyone on the road stay safe.”

Vehicles that move slowly or make frequent stops are highly susceptible to accidents. Visibility Tape, made from superior polymers for greater reflectivity, is a yellow and red adhesive tape with an angled pattern placed on the rear of a vehicle. The decal can be easily applied to any vehicle. It’s waterproof, long lasting and available in both standard and custom sizes, the company said.

Visibility Tape increases drivers’ awareness of stopped or slow-moving vehicles. Benefits include improved vehicle visibility both day and night, reduced workman’s comp claims and costs, and reduced vehicle repairs and downtime caused by accidents. Visibility Tape also contributes to insurance savings by lowering the total incident rate (TIR).

Visibility Tape is an inexpensive, easy-to-install product that’s proven to save fleet operations both time and money, the company said.  For more information, visit or call 888-251-3577. 

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