Drivers try to frighten high-beamers with scary reflective stickers
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Drivers try to frighten high-beamers with scary reflective stickers

Some drivers in China think they’ve found a clever way of frightening people from driving with their high beam headlights on behind them.
They’re buying these creepy reflective stickers for their back windows, that light up when a car behind has its high beam on.
The stickers often feature female vampires and movie monsters from Eastern and Hollywood films.

Drivers try to frighten high-beamers with scary reflective stickers
The stickers are not very visible in the dark, but are designed to light up when a bright light is shone on them.
You can buy the decals fairly reasonably; they go for roughly between $3 and $18 on sites like Taobao.
But traffic police in some states have warned against using the scary stickers, because they could cause traffic accidents. Police in Shandong say they will issue 100 yuan ($15) fines to drivers using ghoulish stickers.

 

Drivers try to frighten high-beamers with scary reflective stickers
In Beijing, police stated, it is not illegal to have the stickers on, but the driver may have to bear responsibility of any accidents that result from scaring another driver with them.

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