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vignette for a trailer

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Can any one explain if the vignette for a trailer is the same as putting in a car.
putting it on the trailer needs a sticky back and the car would need a sticky front.

Hope you can see what i mean

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Old 07.06.2015, 14:54
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Can any one explain if the vignette for a trailer is the same as putting in a car.
putting it on the trailer needs a sticky back and the car would need a sticky front.
They're double-sided (appear the same from both sides), but the adhesive is only on one side.
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They're double-sided (appear the same from both sides), but the adhesive is only on one side.
The two sides are actually different colours, presumably to avoid folks just placing the vignette against the inside of the glass to avoid sticking it and allow multiple vehicle use.
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Re: vignette for a trailer

Stick it on the trailer with some glue, where it won't be torn off or washed away. It must be stuck to the vehicle, so you cannot use it on another trailer. Motorcyclists put them on the chassis under the seat.
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