Should the Lubbock City Council Approve Mobile Billboards? [POLL]
Mayor Glen Robertson would like to see billboards hit the road. According to KAMC, the Lubbock City Council will consider an ordinance that would allow mobile billboards.
A mobile billboard as the city defines it is, "any vehicle for hire, including a trailer, with an illuminated or non-illuminated panel, board, screen, banner, flag, electronic device, or any other type of appendage or feature, having the primary purpose to advertise, promote or draw attention to a product, service, event or other similar purpose."
Essentially: ads on wheels.
Under the proposed ordinance, these billboards are prohibited from going onto private property or displaying designs that could confuse or distract drivers. The messages displayed on the signs would display each message for at least 10 seconds and allow no more than a third of a second in between each message.
So what do you think? Would you support this idea?