I’ve seen a few of those lightup signs you put on the top of your delivery vehicles on-line but wanted to know:
Which style is the best to go with (Domino’s style, where it’s turned wide so you can see the logo comming and going… or Pizza Hut style, where it’s longways so you can see the logo from the side of the car)?
How safe are these going over 55mph (we use the highway sometimes)?
I got mine from Autosox. Very happy with the price and quality, not so happy with the turnaround time. Took 2 weeks to get the proof, and that was only because I called to ask where it was. Another 2 weeks+ for production, and another week for shipping.
They recommend not going over 55. But that thing isn’t going anywhere. I got my finger stuck underneath it and had a hell of a time getting it out.
Plus side is that after i griped about the art time, they didn’t charge me for it. ($60)
I just caught a tailwind going downhill, and it snuck up on me. Honest, officer. Actually, I was intentionally testing the sign to see if it would rattle or vibreate at higher and higher speeds. I stopped right around 87.5 and eased back. I was getting to my home town and didn’t want to explain to the police chief why I was testing these rare earth magnets . . . .
Nothing gets attention like a moving, lighted sign. I love mine. I have the Autosox Cabbie II’s. I found a vender named signlites or something like that at the Vegas Pizza Show this year who makes a retro-fit light kit that I love. It is a lithium-ion battery pack that powers LED lights so there is no cord for your driver to ignore or break. Now my signs actually light up at night! What a concept!