warning triangle

Translations
PannendreieckWarndreieck

warning triangle

n (Aut) → triangolo
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The vehicle should carry a basic emergency kit containing, as a minimum de-icer and scraper, warning triangle in the event of a breakdown, mobile phone, torch, warm clothes, boots, blanket, a first aid kit, food and drink and a spade
In case the vehicle cannot be moved from the middle of the road, use flashing indicators and put a warning triangle behind the vehicle.
While many prepackaged emergency kits contain one warning triangle, experts suggests you have three that are placed some dista-nce apart to warn oncoming traffic.
You car kit will also need a warning triangle, headlight converters and a country sticker.
In most European countries, it is a legal requirement that drivers carry a red warning triangle in case of breakdown or accident.
de-icer, jump leads, warning triangle, first-aid kit, mobile phone, blankets This can be rectified by Sinclair Volkswagen can perform a 34-point winter health check on your car for PS20 ahead of the big freeze
The boot is pretty spacious with a recess available for things like a first aid kit or warning triangle, while there's also under-floor storage.
If the driver can't move his car, he must turn on the hazard lights, call police and place a warning triangle on the road.
Drivers are already forced to keep a warning triangle and reflective safety jacket inside their cars in France.
Stay safe: Carry a breakdown kit and make sure it includes a warning triangle, high visibility vest, torch, tow rope and a footpump.
Carry rescue equipment throughout the winter: IN THE BOOT - Tow rope - Spare bulbs - Spare fuel - Shovel - Hazard warning triangle or similar - Spare wheel (with tyre at correct pressure and tread) - High visibility jacket - Jump leads - Emergency tyre weld (for temporary 'low speed' repair) - Wellington boots or similar IN THE CAR - De-icing equipment - First aid equipment (in good order) - Working torch - Car blanket - Fire extinguisher (fully operative) Before setting off on your journey, make sure you know and understand the hazards and risks of all types of weather conditions, especially ice, snow and fog.