Semi-Truck SafetySock

When a semi-truck driver pulls over to the side of a busy road to stop (for repairs or mandatory rest stops), how can the driver increase the vehicle’s visibility without leaving the vehicle?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has reviewed the SafetySock® according to its regulations and has confirmed that the SafetySock® can be used as a piece of vehicle safety equipment by commercial vehicles. The SafetySock® can be integrated into existing safety programs and added to existing safety protocols.

Car/SUV SafetySock - Zero Teen Fatalties

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  • Every year, too many Americans are killed and injured in roadside crashes. Crashes with stationary objects are often the result of distracted driving, of which parked vehicles compose the most common type of roadside crashes. Many of these crashes could have been avoided if only there was something to make stranded vehicles more visible.
  • In 2018, 39,404 people died and over 4.4 million people were injuried in crashes on our roadways. These tragic statistics mean that a person dies once every 13 to 14 minutes and 500 people get injured every hour from vehicle crashes.
  • That's why we created the SafetySock roadside visibility sock. SafetySock is a durable, reflective piece of safety equipment that hangs off your car's external mirror and allows other drivers to see you better-- especially in low light on the roadside.
  • It will make you and your vehicle more visible and visibility saves lives.
  • Top: 7.5" height x 7.5" width x 5.75" depth Flag: 15.5" height x 8.25" width
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Is SafetySock® ANSI compliant?

Yes, SafetySock® is Class II Reflective (ANSI/ISEA 107-2010).

Can SafetySock® be used by semi-truck drivers resting or stopped on the side of the road?

Yes, SafetySock® as a visual disruptor is a great tool for semi-truck drivers to use on their vehicles for resting or stopping on the side of the road as long as it is used within existing safety protocols.