Blind spot magnetic sticker

  • Truck, Camper, and Touring Car
  • Weatherproof
  • Magnetic
Are you looking for blind spot warning stickers that have been mandatory in France since January 1, 2021, but prefer not to have permanent stickers on your vehicle? Then you've come to the right place at Dr. Sticker. Order magnetic plates with the blind spot warning for your truck from us.
  • According to traffic rule R 313-32-1
  • 17 x 25 cm, WxH
  • Only on iron or steel surfaces

Delivery Specifications
Good to know!
It is important to know exactly where the stickers should be mounted on the vehicles, as fines can also be imposed for incorrect placement of the stickers.

Trucks and tractors
For trucks and tractors, the stickers must be applied to both sides of the vehicle and to the rear. On both sides, the stickers must be applied to the front part, at a height between 0.9 and 1.5 meters measured from the ground. On the rear of the truck or tractor, the sticker must be applied on the right side. Here too, the sticker must be applied at a height between 0.9 and 1.5 meters from the ground.

Trailers and semitrailers
Stickers must also be applied to trailers and semitrailers. On the rear, the sticker must be applied on the right side, just like with trucks and tractors, at a height between 0.9 and 1.5 meters. In addition, the stickers must also be applied to each side. On the body, this must be done within the first meter (at 0.9 - 1.5 meters height). For semitrailers, the stickers must be applied on both sides within the first meter behind the coupling socket (at 0.9 - 1.5 meters height).

Exceptions
There are a number of exceptions to the rule. This applies to vehicles where it is technically impossible to apply the stickers to the prescribed locations on the vehicle. In this case, the stickers must be applied at the nearest height possible, as long as it falls within the limit of 2.10 meters.

Questions or advice?

 info@drsticker.nl

Options

Vehicle (Make a choice)
Truck (set of 3)
Bus (set of 3)
Camper (set of 3)

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Tuesday, April 16