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.

Industrial SafetySock

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UPC: 752830884823
Brand: Globosocks
Country of Origin: China
  • There is nothing more important than ensuring the safety of semi-truck and large industrial vehicle drivers. Sadly, each year too many roadsides crash cause injuries and deaths are killed or injured in crashes because of low visibility. Furthermore, despite an exponential increase in the numbers of large trucks on our roads, nothing has been added to our infrastructure to keep pace. There are not even enough parking spaces and rest stops for these large vehicles--forcing them to stop on the side of our highways.
  • In 2018, 4,136 people died in large truck crashes with 1,357 occuring on our Interstates and freeways.
  • We created the SafetySock roadside visibility sock because we believe even one roadside death or injury is one too many.
  • When our truck drivers travel on our highways, we want to ensure that they are prepared to be safe when they park on the side of the highway to rest or stop.
  • Top: 36" height x 24" width Flag: 28" height x 17" 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.