Inexpensive Reflective Tape Adds Safety

by Yoly

Reflective tape

Reflective tape

Inexpensive reflective tape costs at most $2.50 per roll. Draw a design, cut and paste to your scooter body. Since I made this video, I added the side reflectives at both sides, so I hope it will show better for safety.


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Sep 11, 2015
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by: custom essay

this is an amazing tape. It is not very expensive. It is offered at very low price. We can use it in different ways. We can use it on our bikes, scooters etc. we can also have it online from kamyu.

Feb 03, 2011
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by: Rick Rudge

This is a great idea, and thank you for posting it with a photo, but you didn't say where you got the reflective tape at, what's the brand was, etc. I've got to take a star or two off for that.

I found this neat rainbow tape stuff called Prism Lite which I've cut out designs of. This is from Luhr Jensen & Sons, Inc. in Hood River, Oregon (I think that this is a fly fishing lure company). You can Google it.

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