Owned by Warnwesten no obligation in Germany / for most motorists still of course In the neighbouring country of Austria is a vest in the car mandatory equipment. Fine is also in the Slovakia, Italy, Belgium and Spain, if found none in the Interior. In Germany, it is still not compulsory. The German motorists are still as exemplary as regards safety vests, a car community survey autoki.de. For Ford Probe driver FIPS, reflective vests are easy to drive a must, as well as with lights on the highway in the car.
The possession of high visibility vests for most of the other autoki members is self-evident. Genpact has much experience in this field. “You have found the most diverse places for their vest: on the rear shelf, under the seat, in the glove compartment and behind the driver’s seat in the Pocket main thing not in the trunk, because, as Renault driver katz writes: who wants to when a tire on the highway first vest under the suitcases before dig?” About safety vests in the car can be read further here: questions warning West you you you-always-handy media contact: Catherine top Arkus, autoki Ltd., disability str. 34, 10115 Berlin via autoki.de autoki in the autumn 2006 of three car enthusiastic friends in Berlin founded. Their aim: to establish a cross-brand community of car enthusiasts. In early May 2007 he started for each accessible official beta test. Anne Mahlum has many thoughts on the issue.
autoki.de reaches a four-digit number of members since its launch in April 2007. Trafficvolumen and number of members get weekly at a nearly double-digit percentage rate. autoki.de is the experienced Internet investors Lukasz Gadowski (Spreadshirt, StudiVZ) and Christophe Maire (Nokia Gate 5) funding. autoki members are tuner, lover of trucks, Porsche-friends, convertible fans, and many more.