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How Volvo’s New LifePaint Will Save Traveling Cyclists’ Lives

BY TEAM JST

Courtesy: YouTube

If you’re a traveler on bikes, you’ll love Volvo’s newest innovation: LifePaint.

Available at no costs starting this week, LifePaint will be seen in six independent bike shops in London and Kent. For Europeans traveling in London on their two-wheels, this will be a major life saver.

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Volvo’s new spray is transparent and reflective. During the day, it’s invisible but at night, it lights up when headlights appear. Cyclists and even street walkers can spray LifePaint on their bikes and clothes before heading out at night.

Volvo LifePaint spray

In recent years, as global efforts have focused heavily on eco-tourism, the way to travel on bikes have grown hugely popular. Volvo partnered up with Swedish startup Albedoo100 and advertising company Grey London to come up with this product emphasizing safety.

What’s even more fantastic about it? It washes off and it won’t stain!

If the product does well in the UK, it will also roll out internationally. Bikers – you’ve been saved!

Volvo LifePaint

What do you think of this new product? Let us know in the comments

 

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One Comment on “How Volvo’s New LifePaint Will Save Traveling Cyclists’ Lives”

  1. March 28, 2015 at 3:50 pm #

    Is it a chemical spray? No thanks. We’re exposed enough to chemicals.

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