Road Rage, One Solution: Dim Light Signal Device

SHARPSVILLE, Pa., March 5 -- Have you ever had someone following you at night with their lights on high beam shining in your mirror for a long distance? The glare is unbearable and causes extremely dangerous driving situations, especially for truck drivers because their mirrors are stationary in position so they can see the offending vehicle very clearly. This situation can and does cause an ordinarily calm driver to become very angry.

The solution is the new patent-approved Dim Light Signal Device (www.dimlight.com) that can be used on trucks, cars, buses, RVs, etc. It is highly visible, easy to install, durable and reasonably priced. The product is made out of a highly reflective 3M material that tells the offending driver very politely to dim their lights. This device will nip in the bud the anger that arises from someone following you with their lights on high beam and the escalated road rage it can create.

Will it work? Ask yourself how many times a driver coming from the opposite direction with their lights on high beams and from a reasonable distance away, you click on and then immediately off your high beams as a way to signal to oncoming vehicles they have their lights on high beam. They will most likely turn them down because they are just like you and me; they simply forgot they were on.

  The Dim Light Signal Device will help solve this scenario of road rage.

    Contact:

    Craig A. Findley
    JNBN Company
    320 West Main Street
    Sharpsville, PA 16150
    Phone: (724) 962-2381
    Fax: (724) 962-4778
    http://www.dimlight.com/
    craig45@stargate.net

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