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12/27/2012

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Dave

This is a good idea but I think a major shortcoming would be "directionality" - it would reflect very well at a specific angle, but not much if not aligned. Breaking it up into many pieces but still keeping it together somehow would be more effective. Think of how a purpose-made reflector is made up of hundreds of tiny reflectors at different angles.

Chris

Another problem is some states (like ohio) speciffically state you have to have white in the front and red in the rear.

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