RVG ReStik Product Launch - Nov2016
December 7, 2016 / Corporate

RVG ReStik Product Launch - Nov2016

RVG, a leading manufacturer of vehicle livery, Chapter 8, traffic and commercial signage are very proud to introduce the newest addition to their product range – Re-Stik. The new Re-Stik Chapter 8 kits are an innovation brought to the market by RVG and offer a solution for temporary and permanent Chapter 8 and general vehicle livery requirements.

Re-Stik is repositionable and self-adhering, leaving no residue, marks or scratches on the vehicles unlike some other products.  Made from a tear resistant, waterproof and washable material, Re-Stik has been extensively tested on RVG’s own fleet of vehicles with great success.

 

It is made from a flexible, light-weight material for maximum performance with minimum weight. It is also recyclable.

 

‘We are excited to launch the new Re-Stik product to the industry for both fleet and private car users who have been waiting for something other than permanent or magnetic Chapter 8 kits’ says General Manager of RVG, Chris Napier.

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