4 in 1 Emergency Tool Sends Signals And Saves Lives

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You can now cut the clutter in your already jammed auto with a new emergency tool that is a flashlight, warning light, seat belt cutter, and glass hammer. Up until now it would have taken 4 separate items to accomplish these simple, but critical tasks.

In an emergency, time is the most important commodity. The Auto Emergency Tool, released today by Safety Technology, is designed to save you critical seconds when they count by combining four lifesaving elements in a savvy, practical design that readily attaches itself to the carpet in your vehicle.

Michael Gravette, Safety Technology CEO - http://www.safetytechnology.com - says "The 4 in 1 Auto Emergency Tool" - http://www.safetytechnology.com/emergencytool.htm - "is as important to surviving an auto emergency as a Swiss Army Knife in the woods."

He goes on to say, "Everyone who drives, especially those who are driving with children, should have one mounted in an easily accessible place close to the driver."

Today's auto's are filled with electronics, and you can become trapped in your car if the engine is not running.

If your doors automatically lock when you put the car in motion, chances are very good they will not open if the engine stops for any reason.

The glass hammer will break the windows easily, allowing you to escape.

The recessed razor will allow you to cut the seat belts of children, or anyone else, to get them safely out of the vehicle.

The blinking red light signals for help, and the flashlight will let you see in the dark.

Everything you need is right at your immediate disposal, and there is no need to carry or search for multiple tools when time is of the essence.

Safety Technology - http://www.safetytechnology.com - is one of the oldest companies in the field of personal protection.

The company, located in Jacksonville, Florida, has been wholesaling some 800 products for over twenty years, ranging from child protection devices to sophisticated surveillance equipment, to a network of 4000 distributors.


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