Most of us have experienced drowsiness while driving. Some
of us have actually fallen asleep only to be awakened by the blaring
horn of an oncoming car. Avoid this potential tragedy by wearing the Driver
Alert Sleep Warning Alarm
on your ear.
If you start to nod off while you're
driving, and your head falls forward, the Driver Alert will sound an alarm to
wake you up before disaster strikes.
This lightweight device fits comfortably behind
your ear. And it comes ready to use with
$10.00 is a small price to pay to get home
safely from a long road trip.
Perfect for truck drivers or anyone else who spends long
hours on the road.
4 in 1 Auto Emergency Tool
This is one of the most versatile car
emergency tools on the market.
The Super bright flashlight can
be used at night in any situation.
The blinking emergency light
activates automatically when you remove the flashlight from its base.
If you're trapped inside a car... use
the unit as a hammer to break a window with its window smashing steel tips
near the front of the flashlight.
And, If your seatbelt is stuck,
you can use the recessed
blade to cut the seat belt, allowing you to free yourself and others.
A snap on base allows for fast
removal in any emergency, while the magnetic head keeps the unit handy when
working on the car. The housing is water resistant.
Uses standard AA batteries
This 4 in 1 Auto Emergency
Tool is clearly a lifesaver! And less than $15.00 is a small price to pay
for this kind of auto insurance.
Multi Functional Auto
This Multi Functional Auto Safety Baton won the
INPEX award of Excellence at America's largest invention show.
This great device is light-weight (just under 2
lbs.) and folds down for convenient storage in the trunk of a car or at home,
but is loaded with great safety and security features.
First - it can fold out to form a stable
120 degree light-reflection triangle to warn other cars in case of a roadside
Second - it's equipped with a
multi-directional spotlight. This can serve as a general use flashlight or the
legs can be folded down to form a tripod for a hands-free light.
Third - it can be used as a flashing
baton for directing traffic.
Fourth - it can serve as a security
It's made of high density material that has
excellent impact resistance so it can also be used in self defense.
The MFSB is suitable for police, security,
military and road construction work.
It measures 23 inches long by 2 and
three-eighths inches in diameter, in the collapsed position.
A nylon storage bag is included as well as 1
spare bulb. It requires 6 AA batteries (not included).
*Limited quantity in stock
Believe it or not, at night, on the freeway,
the most dangerous lane to be driving in is the left lane.
Many times a drunk driver will enter the
freeway on the off ramp, going the wrong way. Then they go to what they think is
the far right, or slow lane, to avoid being caught by the highway patrol. But
they really end up in the fast lane going the wrong way. Many head-on collisions
happen this way each year.
Also, when driving at night, never stop to pick
up a hitchhiker, and never stop or get out of your car for someone who appears
to be having car trouble. This may sound a little mean and uncaring, but too
many good Samaritans have ended their lives by stopping to help someone at
At one time, picking up a hitchhiker or
stopping to help someone with car trouble was relatively safe, and without
danger. Those times are long gone. Too often it's a set up and the dirt-bag is
just waiting for an unsuspecting, good Samaritan to pull over in the middle of
the night when there are no witnesses around.
If you make that mistake once, you may not get
a second chance.
If you see someone who needs help at night,
call 911 on your cell phone or use a payphone at the next rest stop to call for