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​We Have Your Truck Covered Inside and Out

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    Company vehicles can be a tricky for a business. They’re absolutely necessary, but they also serve as one of the most common causes of injury to employees and the public. In some cases, a company might have one or two trucks that get employees from one locations to another. In others, such as with garbage trucks, the vehicle represents the core of the business. They need to be made safer.

    Because vehicles can create problems for a company so quickly, it’s important to make sure that each has the proper safety stickers in place to ensure that everyone in, on, or near the vehicle is a safe as possible. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons you’ll want to keep the stickers in and on your vehicles as up-to-date as possible.

    On the Outside: Safety

    • When your employees are driving a vehicle on public roads, it’s important that the public know what the vehicle of capable of or any special concerns that might need to be considered. Perhaps the most common of these stickers are the “This Vehicle Makes Wide Right Turns” or “Caution: Right Turn Danger.” It’s also important to have decals on any vehicle that might drop rocks from its bed suggesting that drivers stay back 200 feet. Of course, there’s also the need for the public to know if a vehicle stops at railroad crossings or if it’s more likely that other vehicles to slow down and back up more often.
    • Some employees drive the same vehicle every day, but others will drive multiple vehicles in the same day. And while they might be familiar with the operation of the vehicle, they won’t always know which fuel to put it in when they run low. This is easily remedied by our “Gasoline Only” signs and our “Diesel Fuel Only” signs.
    • In the event of an emergency, it’s important for anyone around to know where to find the fire extinguisher. Some vehicles are so large that finding the extinguisher could be a problem, but it certainly won’t be with this sticker that details exactly where it can be found.

    On The Outside: Branding

    • Because of our ability to make multiple sizes of custom stickers, we can handle the branding on your vehicles that will really hold up. We can put your company logo on permanent stickers that will hold up to the elements, and we put a special UV coating on them so that they can hold up to the sun’s ultraviolet light. It’s a great way to let the public know who you are and what your business does. To get the process started, simply click here.
    • If you need garbage truck stickers or recycling truck stickers that will hold up well to the scrapes that occur to those types of trucks, we have what you’re looking for here.

    On the Inside

    • Over the last 10 years these signs have become a necessity in business vehicles in order to remind drivers that they are not allowed to use cell phones. This is not only a great way to protect them and the public, but it also serves as a remind that they shouldn’t do so even in their off hours.
    • After cell phones, speeding is one of the most common reasons for employee accidents. Sometimes it’s because they’re going too fast for posted speed limits, and other times it’s because a vehicle (such as one hauling a trailer) becomes dangerous when it driven too fast. We have multiple signs that warn drivers about what the maximum speed is for vehicles, from 55 mph up to 70 mph. If you need stickers for a slower speed or would like them to be in kph (or in another language), we’d be happy to make you custom safety decals with that information. We also have warning stickers that tell employees that their speed is being monitored by GPS. Knowing that they’re being monitored is one way to ensure that they pay attention to the posted speed.
    • We’ve all seen footage of vehicles that ignore their vehicle heights and then end up hitting an overpass. They’re fun to watch, but you don’t want that to be you or anyone on your team. Having signs that detail vehicle height is a simple yet effective way to ensure that your vehicles aren’t in unnecessary wrecks — wrecks that cause vehicle damage and property damage.
    • Speaking of height, it’s also important that those in vehicles with cherry pickers or scissor lifts are made aware of overhead wires. Doing so can save their lives, their co-workers lives, and prevent unnecessary damage to public wiring.
    • Whenever a vehicle is off site, you can’t be exactly sure what an employee is using it for. Are they picking their kid up from school? Are they meeting their girlfriend and taking her for drive thru? This “No Riders” sign is a good reminder to them that company vehicles are reserved for company business, and that no one else is allowed to ride in the vehicle.
    • It can be tempting for an employee to leave the keys in a vehicle, especially when they’re simply driving it around company property. But that can lead to problems, from unauthorized employees moving the vehicle to major problems on take your kid to work day. Remind them to always take the keys with them with this “Do Not Leave Keys In Vehicle” safety decal.
    • Finally, there’s the overall “be responsible” sticker that covers many of the situations that employees might find themselves in. Our “You are responsible for the safe operation and cleanliness of this vehicle” is a simple reminder to employees to take the responsibility to watch over company property. It’s also a great way to tell them to clean up those McDonald’s wrappers in the back seat...they’re mom doesn’t work here, and office cleaning doesn’t do the inside of their truck!

    It would be nice if there’s weren’t any need for decals, but the fact remains that employees need reminders about their responsibility to themselves and public safety. Be sure to get all of the safety stickers — inside and out — that you need for your company's vehicles.

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