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Mounting Safety Flags April 17 2013

Safety Flags has two standards of oversize flags: the Heavy Duty and Ultra Heavy Duty.   The Heavy Duty (HD) flag is designed for shorter trips and a more part time design whereas the Ultra Heavy duty (UHD) flag is designed for commercial use. The difference between the design of the flags is that the UHD has a small piece of rope inserted into the outer rim of the flag...

Oversize Flag requirements when moving your boat! October 09 2012

When moving your boat the last thing you want is a fine from the local authorities!  To avoid receiving any trouble from the authorities Safety Flags recommends two Oversize Vinly Banners  and two of our Heavy Duty Oversize Flags. Placement of your safety products is vital. Our recommendation is to attach one of the vinyl signs to the front of your truck and the other sign needs to be attached to...

Tired of losing your Oversize Safety Flags? October 09 2012

   'Same old story you have just paid $ 100 dollars for your oversize truck safety flags to lose them and receive a fine'..... Safety Flags has the solution to your problem; the Ultra Heavy Duty Carabiner flag.   See it here: http://safetyflags.com.au/products/ultra-heavy-duty-flag-with-caribiner-bungee The Safety Flags Carabiner Bungee is an easy to use product with a simple clip to your trailer. Alternatively, wrap the strap around an object and back on...

Magnetic bases October 03 2012

EEZY-FITMagnetic Flag Base If you’re restricted in where you can go because your vehicles aren’t set up to carry a safety flag, we can help. Before you trade in your vehicle or fit costly damaging flag holders, consider our EEZY-FIT Magnetic Flag Base: The new design has an even stronger base which can be supplied with either 4 or 6 magnets, depending upon your application requirements. Our magnetic flag bases use...
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