Stacie Pardoe
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Should you be unfortunate enough to break down while on your travels, having one of these on board will help alert other drivers of your presence.




The RAC Personal Hazard Light has 16 super bright LED’s, giving 360 degree coverage for up to 3200ft by day and 10,760ft by night.

They come in three different colours and are totally waterproof and crushproof. They are also magnetic, so could be fixed to the car’s boot or bonnet.

 

Should you be unfortunate enough to break down while on your travels, having one of these on board will help alert other drivers of your presence. 


The RAC Personal Hazard Light has 16 super bright LED’s, giving 360 degree coverage for up to 3200ft by day and 10,760ft by night. 

 

They come in three different colours and are totally waterproof and crushproof. They are also magnetic, so could be fixed to the car’s boot or bonnet. 

The light costs £29.99 with a rechargeable battery, mains/car charger included, or £25 with a replaceable battery.  

 

You can save 20 % when you visit www.personalhazardlight.co.uk

and enter the discount code ‘PRACTICALCARAVANOFFER’

 

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