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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Auto Glass Breaker Seatbelt Cutter Back To School Video 

Providing lifesaving equipment like the LightSafe LED Flashlight Car Escape Tool is a fulfilling and rewarding job. However, as with most other things there is a downside. Bringing up bad things that could happen to loved ones is not a simple thing to do. But the fact is that tragedies do happen so they have to be considered, even if only briefly now and then in order to be ready. Take the following back-to-school video as an example:

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This LED flashlight car escape tool video is presented as a way to remind people about the increased risk of unfortunate mishaps that can and do occur from time to time, especially during holidays and periods of increased travel. August is just such a period.

In August many are on the highways for a myriad of reasons, ranging from summer vacations, to back to school shopping frenzies, to the Labor day Holiday. The back to school crowd consists of shoppers scurrying about trying to get the right supplies and finish course registrations. And there are those who are heading cross-country heading for their respective colleges.

Many of those going back to school are new drivers and our most precious loved ones - our kids and grandkids! And they will continue driving to and from school all year long. I won't even go into the things that may happen and I pray that they don't! But I will say that electric windows don't work without power and safety glass is designed not to break. Seat Belts save lives and everyone should wear one, but they can get jammed too. It is our opinion that an auto glass breaker and seatbelt cutter should be in every car, just like a tire jack.

Snow and ice is coming. and many of us may recall taking those long trips in the wee hours of the morning on our way home for the weekend. And don't forget those inexperienced drivers, drunk drivers, and just plain crazy drivers; the list goes on. No, it isn't easy to consider these things, but someday you may be very happy you did.

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