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Old 04-13-2016, 01:45 PM   #29
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Figure 7-25.Reflective triangle placement: two lane or undivided highway. I carry a set of 3
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It wasn't until this topic that I became aware that I'm not carrying them. Amazon, here I come!
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I carry a set (2) Triangles and a set of LED Flashers. Rarely do we travel at night but even a daytime breakdown requires proper marking.

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We carry two safety vest and three triangles in a carrying case. Are we required to carry Flares too? You really don't even see truckers using them anymore only Police during an accident maybe, is the only time ever seen.

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Here in Pennsylvania flares are really not required. However the triangles are really a great idea make sure you have at least 3 so that you can properly mark yourself. I'm glad you guys are talking about that. I just checked and need a new set. Looks like a trip to Walmart. I think I'll add a fire extinguisher to probably would be a good idea. Thanks guys... Dusty
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Old 04-14-2016, 12:33 AM   #34
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Good subject. For all of the rest of us,better check those warning devices to be sure they are there, available and trustworthy.
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Old 04-14-2016, 01:33 AM   #35
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It wasn't until this topic that I became aware that I'm not carrying them. Amazon, here I come!
X2. Seams we are buying more safety items for our new motorhome than I anticipated. I'd rather be safe than sorry for sure.
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Here in Pennsylvania flares are really not required. However the triangles are really a great idea make sure you have at least 3 so that you can properly mark yourself. I'm glad you guys are talking about that. I just checked and need a new set. Looks like a trip to Walmart. I think I'll add a fire extinguisher to probably would be a good idea. Thanks guys... Dusty
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:29 AM   #37
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I carry 3 triangles that are in the front of the overhead cabinet above the driver's seat. If I ever have to use them, I want to be able to grab them quickly and get them set, as I don't want to have to take the time open a bay door (which are locked) to get to them and / or find them.
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I have a set of triangles, no flares, but I just realized that I should move them from my drivers side compartment to a curbside compartment. Thanks Loggenrock!!
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I carry three triangles in a case in the back of the last bay on the passenger side.
Haven't needed them yet,..praise God.
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