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Automotive Safety

Automotive Safety Devices in the Vehicle and Garage

People often assume that robbery and assault happen either in the home or when out in town. However, thousands of people get into accidents or are assaulted when in their vehicle. This is why having safety devices in the vehicle as well as in the garage is important.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 100,000 crashes per year are caused by sleepy drivers. A personal alarm that wakes the driver up the moment their head starts to nod off is a crucial device that can prevent thousands of highway accidents.

Nap alarms are some of the most essential motor vehicle safety devices because they are designed to accomplish one simple task: prevent the driver from falling asleep behind the wheel. A basic nap alarm will sound off once the driver’s head tilts forward by 15 to 30 degrees.

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Some newer, more advanced vehicles have their own built-in anti-sleep alarms, but these are often expensive premium cars with very modern car safety devices. For guaranteed safety no matter what vehicle you may be driving, a small investment in an over-the-ear nap alarm is a small expense.

When people do get in accidents, car dashboard cameras become extra-useful. They can record what exactly happened, and this becomes evidence for insurance investigations.

Another person could be the cause of injury, and this may lead to car theft, robbery, assault or rape. Many cases of rape occurred inside a vehicle and not in a dark alley or home.

Car pepper sprays, such as small pepper spray with an auto visor clip, are effective self-defense tools to fend off attackers. Handy defense sprays can instantly blind and knock off someone trying to break into the car.

According to FBI reports, there were over 700,000 car thefts in 2010 alone. Sometimes the whole car is stolen, but very often the culprits get away with only cash and other valuables inside the vehicle.

Automotive product diversion safes are a good way to combat this. These are objects that are designed to look like oil canisters, lubrication containers and other ordinary car accessories or tools, but are in fact safes to hide cell phones, cash and other valuables.

Vehicle safety kits become a necessity during a vehicle incident. People stuck in a car while it is going down in the water or when it is crushed between two crashed vehicles will need the necessary tools to survive.

The kits can contain a phone to contact the authorities, food, first aid kits, pepper sprays and all-in-one auto emergency kits to break out of car windows, flash light around in order to find an exit, or fend off people trying to harm, steal or rape.

Most importantly, these safety kits contain training material such as video content and manuals. The guidelines keep drivers and passengers aware of automotive safety practices and the proper procedures during an emergency. This prevents them from panicking when the car gets into a crash or is launched into a river, or when people are trying to break in.