Asian Drivers Are Using Terrifying Reflective Decals On Rear Windows To Fight Against High-Beam Users – Design You Trust

Asian Drivers Are Using Terrifying Reflective Decals On Rear Windows To Fight Against High-Beam Users


Some Chinese drivers are declaring war on tailgating vehicles with their high-beams on. The newest weapons in this road conflict are freakishly scary reflective decals, that are only visible when the driver behind activates his blinding headlamps.

h/t: boredpanda, dangerousminds


Lately, these horrific prints are selling like crazy for relatively modest prices ($3-$18). They also got noticed by authorities. In Beijing, police officials say that it’s not illegal to have decals on rear windows, but such driver is likely to bear responsibility of accidents that result from scaring other drivers. However, Shandong police has a different opinion and is ready to fine these radical drivers for about 100 Chinese Yuan ($15).


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