FULLI WINDSCREEN AUTO-TAG ……WHERE DO YOU PUT IT? (1 Viewer)

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Apr 12, 2022
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Burstner IXEO I 720
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Where does this little blighter go? Having an A Class, I have a huge front windscreen, but no rear view mirror. Where, or how, does one affix this fulli tag for perfect operation?
Off to France, Spain and Portugal end of April……so help in this mere trifle would be very much appreciated….
 
Jun 6, 2020
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Apache Hi Line 634
As #3 - we place ours top of windscreen in the middle.

There should be a “peel off” to the back which has a sticker which attaches to the windscreen.

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Apr 12, 2022
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Inverurie, UK
Funster No
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Burstner IXEO I 720
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Since 2018
As #3 - we place ours top of windscreen in the middle.

There should be a “peel off” to the back which has a sticker which attaches to the windscreen.
Well it has a peel off sticker, but if I apply that internally to the windscreen the bar code is facing inwards, which I think, may affect it operating properly? I can’t fit it externally either, for obvious reasons…..’tis a quandary for sure….
 
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Oct 18, 2021
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Adria Compact SC
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Don’t worry about which way the bar code faces, it will have no effect on the operation of the tag. More important is to site it if possible in the hatched area (frits) around the perimeter of the screen if you have an athermic one.

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Aug 26, 2021
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Fleetwood, UK
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a class Burstner
For Austria we have to stick ours here. For Norway we had to stick it roughly where the rearview mirror is/ would be. You stick inside the windscreen.
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Jun 26, 2022
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Carthago
Fitted ours to top left of windscreen and no problems at all last month in France/Spain. Follow the lorries through the 30kph lane (usually extreme right - don't use the extreme left Tag lanes as they usually have a height restriction) and you don't have to stop at all. You will hear the tag "beep" as you approach the barrier and it will raise. Only "problem" was when February's invoice arrived this morning :(

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Apr 22, 2018
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Adria Coral lowline
I did have mine in black area at top of screen but often didn’t work. Now I’ve removed the bracket and just dropped it in one of the trays on dash top. Been fine there for 5 years including the express lanes.

Barcode is there incase it doesn’t auto/wirelessly connect.

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Nov 3, 2020
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Ace Siena
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View attachment 727163View attachment 727164Where does this little blighter go? Having an A Class, I have a huge front windscreen, but no rear view mirror. Where, or how, does one affix this fulli tag for perfect operation?
Off to France, Spain and Portugal end of April……so help in this mere trifle would be very much appreciated….
Emis advise fixing the tag in the "shaded area" around the rear view mirror. Since you don't have one (but maybe still have a shaded area along the top of the windscreen) just stick it in the area where there would have been a mirror if one was fitted.
 
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Apr 12, 2022
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Inverurie, UK
Funster No
88,040
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Burstner IXEO I 720
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Since 2018
I did have mine in black area at top of screen but often didn’t work. Now I’ve removed the bracket and just dropped it in one of the trays on dash top. Been fine there for 5 years including the express lanes.

Barcode is there incase it doesn’t auto/wirelessly connect.
I tried the “drop in the tray and leave it” method, and it has worked perfectly…..which means a clear windscreen!!!!
 
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