MechOptix Inc, a sensor company focused on safety, has launched its Stoptix Automatic Bicycle Brake Light
as a replacement bulb.
GM knew about the brake light
problems early in 2008.
The Brake Light
Stick is currently in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Pressure from the electric actuator is applied to the trailer brakes the instant the brake lights
are illuminated, whereas surge brakes have a lag as the weight of the trailer surges forward, transferring pressure to the coupler.
The condition ''could cause the brake lights
to remain on or, if the deformation is significant, the brakes could become partially engaged due to contact from the bracket,'' it said.
The data, gathered during rush hour periods, found that commercial vehicles made up 20% of the overall result, while 6% of all offenders were spotted with no brake lights
working at all.
If I had, I might have seen the brake lights
of the car in front of him and predicted the car in front of me would also brake.
If a police car is passing nearby, suddenly brake lights
go on and, sheepishly, all such drivers will literally drive at 25mph in a 30mph zone.
They feature a solid-steel trailer chassis, tail and brake lights
, and heavy-duty, off-road-capable suspensions designed to prevent catching on rocks or other terrain features.
The gang, who allegedly cut their brake lights
so motorists behind them would have no warning, are thought to have made an average claim of pounds 20,000 per incident.
are an essential piece of auto equipment, but they don't relay much information.
Somewhere in that range is room for a man who risks looking bad on two injured legs and winds up hitting a home run that sets a town aglow in red brake lights