Spanish mums design hi-vis cover
Two Spanish mothers wanting to improve visibility and safety for their children and other vulnerable road users have designed a hi-vis rucksack cover.
The ambtwo® is a fluorescent, waterproof rucksack or bag cover with two reflective bands, which folds into its own small attached pouch.
As well as schoolchildren the cover is designed for cyclists and motorcyclists, and people using quads, rollerblades, skateboards - and anyone who has a rucksack.
For further information contact Rita Nowicka or go to: www.ambtwo.com/index_en.html
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