DOT REFLECTIVE CONSPICUITY TAPE IN STANDARD AND DIAMOND TREAD PLATE PATTERNS
DOT C2 STANDARD & "DIAMOND PLATE PATTERN" CONSPICUITY TAPE FOR TRACTOR TRAILER RIGS
Brightest & Toughest Reflective Tape Available !!
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We carry prismatic reflective DOT tape in several configurations. Our newest pattern is the popular "diamond tread plate" DOT tape. This tape exceeds all federal specs and gives your truck or trailer a different look. Excellent for vehicles that also have real treadplate installed. Here are our tape types :
- 7" white/11" red standard roll - $109.99
- 7" white/11" red kiss cut roll - $119.99
- 7" white/11" red "diamond plate pattern" roll - $119.99
- 6" white /6" red standard roll - $109.99
- Solid white roll - $119.99
- Solid white "diamond plate pattern" roll - $119.99
When is DOT tape required?
DOT reflective truck tape is required on some vehicles but can be used on any truck, car or trailer. It is a federal regulation in both the US and Canada that all tractor trailers exceeding 10,000 lbs. have alternating red and white DOT approved 2" wide conspicuity tape along at least fifty percent of their lengths and entirely across the back. Solid Silver/White DOT tape is required to mark and identify the upper rear corners of trailers via the placement of two 2 inch x 12 inch segments together to form an inverted "L" in each corner. As previously stated, although DOT tape is made for trailers it is also very popular for non DOT applications such as motorcycles, bikes and other vehicles due to its extreme brightness and aggressive adhesive.
How is DOT Conspicuity Reflective Tape applied?
To apply simply peel off the backing and press firmly onto a clean dry surface. It will stick to almost anything. Once applied, it is completely waterproof and weather resistant.
How do I know my DOT Reflective Tape is genuine and will meet federal specs?
All Reflexite DOT tapes should include the "DOT C2" designation letting you and the DOT know that you are using a federally approved tape.