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i have a products with label on the products, i want to know

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i have a products with label on the products, i want to know if the label need any revised on the wording regarding To Use and Caution section:

Products: http://www.level-trek.com/product.php?id=7

Label wording:
To Use: Place on flat ground and firmly wedge under the tire. Place chock in front and back of each tire. Can be used with interlocking leveling blocks.
CAUTION: Always use parking brake. DO NOT place yourself beneath or behind unstable
vehicles. NOT intended for commercial use or with heavy commercial vehicles.

Thanks
Anne
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Business Law
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
i am still waiting for answer
Expert:  Attorney Arcadier replied 4 years ago.
I saw the web site and product. I will need a few hours to think about it and provide a response. If you will wait, I will respond to these by days end.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
thank you very much
Expert:  Attorney Arcadier replied 4 years ago.
I would recommend you add:
"Only utilize for its intended use. Inspect for wear and tear prior to use. Never use the product if it is damaged."
I would also remove the word "commercial" from "Not intended for commercial use or heavy vehicles exceeding 10,000 lbs"
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
do we have to mention "heavy vehicles exceeding 10,000 lbs"?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
i accidentally click on accepted? do we have to mention "heavy vehicles exceeding 10,000 lbs?
Expert:  Attorney Arcadier replied 4 years ago.

No. If the product is intended to be used for heavy vehicles exceeding 10,000 lbs, then not necessary. The prior use of "Heavy Commercial vehicles" is too restrictive. Whatever its intended use you should mention it. Leaving it as heavy vehicles is to vague and does not give protections. 10,000 lbs is usually the line between commercial and non commercial, except for campers and the like.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
thnaks
Expert:  Attorney Arcadier replied 4 years ago.

Best wishes to the success of your product.

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