Finally, the Daily Commute can be Free from Stress and Road Rage

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D & H Industries Inc. has developed a novelty item that allows commuters to relieve the stress from their daily commute, reducing potential road rage incidents.

Don't cause a crash, just bash your dash! No one wants physical confrontation with fellow motorists, even of they are driving like an idiot!

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How many times are daily commuters ...

  •     Stressed out and stuck in traffic
  •     Cut off by an inconsiderate jerk
  •     Stuck behind some moron in the fast lane going 10 under the speed limit

Many commuters, at one time or another, suffer from driving related stress that can potentially lead to road rage. Well here's the cure: The Dash Basher.

The Dash Basher is a new product that allows commuters to take their traffic and driving related stress out on the dashboard and steering wheel of their car. When a potential road rage incident takes place, grab The Dash Basher firmly in hand and proceed to beat the dash and steering wheel until all negative stress has been relieved.

The Dash Basher is made from polyurethane foam, much like the foam in a couch or pillow. However, it is denser and will provide many hours of stress relief. The Dash Basher should be kept in the vehicle at all times, ready for any potential road rage incident.

Dean McMaster, Sales Manager for D & H Industries says: "Don't cause a crash, just bash your dash! No one wants physical confrontation with fellow motorists, even of they are driving like an idiot!"

Road Rage is a term that we all are getting very used to hearing. It seems like every day there is a news story about a violent or even fatal end to a road rage incident. This product is not meant to make light of this growing problem, but to make people aware that there are ways to relieve stress and frustrations before the situation escalates.

For more information on The Dash Basher, visit http://www.dashbasher.com

D & H Industries Inc. designed and distributes The Dash Basher from its offices in Vancouver, Canada.

Contact:
Dean McMaster
http://www.dashbasher.com

John Ebenstiner
http://www.dashbasher.com
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