The "Seat Belt Safety Sensor" shows all are buckled up by providing illuminated notice of compliance with vehicle consumer safety regulations.
New York, NY, February 19, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Rules and regulations and as well as laws can be a problem for both the citizen and the enforcer. In this case the new Seat Belt Safety Sensor pertains to vehicles. Many years ago a New England Governor (who later ran as a candidate for President) signed a law requiring the occupants of a vehicle to wear seat belts. At the time this took the citizens by storm even though proof of the function of the seat belt was for one’s own safety. The Seat Belt Safety Sensor equips motor vehicles with a seat-belt-use indicator light that is set atop the rear license plate light and ensures public safety personnel that the vehicle contains “belted” driver and passengers.
The Seat Belt Safety Sensor gives law enforcement officials with a visible indication of whether a particular motorist and passengers have accomplished this safety feature. It is only illuminated when the safety belts are buckled. It is designed to increase consumer safety and ensure all motorists and passenger buckle-up and to giv e officials a clear indication of whether the motorists have complied with the current laws. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Seat Belt Safety Sensor.
The Patent Pending Seat Belt Safety Sensor was invented by Iyad Abusalim, an automotive technician of Tinley Park, IL who said “I designed this in an effort to improve seat belt compliance and highway safety for the millions of American motorists on the road today. When in a vehicle the driver and passengers are travelling at the same speed as the car so if it suddenly stops or crashes the safety belts prevents them from falling out or making contact with the interior of the car. Wikipedia states that seatbelts are considered Primary Restraint Systems (PRS) because they play a vital role in occupant safety. Imagine---a belt and a buckle can save a life.”
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