Volvo Cars presents LifePaint. The best way to survive a crash, is not to crash. LifePaint is a unique reflective safety spray. Invisible by daylight, it shines brightly in the glare of car headlights. Making the invisible, visible. Find out more at #volvolifepaint

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+9 1. zongap commented 278 days ago

Learn to ride a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. (Mark Twain)
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+10 2. thundersnow commented 278 days ago

That is a very bright idea..;)
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+7 3. Jabafara commented 278 days ago

Those dark grey and black cars needs to be coated with this also! 8-)
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+7 4. ChuckMaurice commented 278 days ago

Great idea (should I say brilliant), but I also see the dark side of it : your car being tagged "for fun"...
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+3 5. Jabafara commented 278 days ago

#4 True and not only cars!
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+8 6. cameramaster commented 278 days ago

I read about this some time ago and the stuff is excellent, and yeah...I'm a Thundersnow can tell you ;) BUT...two things i didn't like about was the aint cheap! And the other which might sound a bit "trite" is that its just one colour...In the end I got some reflective tape from Ebay...Red, Blue, Yellow...its all over my bike...and trust me...any light hits that and its lit up like Blackpool illuminations! I EVEN have it on my "Multi purpose, all terrain, mobility assistance device and short portable antenna mast", 'Its a HIKING STAFF....officer'. I've actually been stopped by drivers ( including the police ) and asked where I got the stuff from!..Its cheap...multi coloured, and easy to pretty much anything. I have it on clothing as well...cycling shorts, jacket, gloves etc, and its on my rucksack as well...all attached with Velcro so it can be removed when stuff gets washed.
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+1 7. thundersnow commented 277 days ago

#6 Yes, I can verify what the cameramaster said is true.;)
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+1 8. Jabafara commented 277 days ago

#6 Thanks for info! I'm also a bike-enthusiast! Bought a nice LED headlight on spring but I have to buy a rear one also for autumn.. Cus in Finland we are now bound by law to have lights on our bikes. :)