Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
The "Emergency Assistance Tire Light (E.A.T.L.)" could facilitate nighttime tire changes by enabling a user to direct a beam of light to any of the tires. The device would provide a convenient, hands-free emergency source of light for changing tires at night. The unit would enable a user to change tires more quickly, easily and safely.
The Emergency Assistance Tire Light (E.A.T.L.) would consist of a mirror, a plastic or aluminum casing, a bulb and electrical components. Each mirror assembly would measure four inches high, four inches long and two inches wide. The rectangular mirror would have rounded edges and would be housed in a plastic or aluminum casing. The casing would be mounted on a rotational axis that would be mounted to the outside of the vehicle's front doors. The casing could be moved two to three inches outward away from the vehicle. The light source would be mounted on a rotating arm that would be integrated into the outer bottom corner of the casing. The light can be rotated clockwise to aim the beam of light. The light would include a fuse box at the base of the casing and would be wired into the vehicle's electrical systems. The lights would be operated by a control panel on the vehicle dashboard. A user would turn on the light and manipulate the sliding and rotational features to aim the beam of light to the desired area. Variations would include a retro-fit version for existing lights, versions for aftermarket installation, and versions for installation in new vehicles as either standard or optional equipment.
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