Third Alert International
Safety First - ALWAYS

BENEFITS

Third Alert the best rearend anti-collision device on the market

REACTION TIME

A pulsing brake light increases driver reaction times by 14.5 feet at 50MPH and 20 feet at 65MPH (Daimler Benz Safety Study, 2005).

Statistics

A distracted driver is 69% more likely to notice the car ahead of them stopping or slowing if that car is equipped with a pulsing third brake light (DOT study).

Human Factors

The human eye recognizes flashing lights more quickly than it recognizes solid lights (AMAHURT Study, 2010).

Why Third Alert?

The statistical case for Third Alert
Third Alert meets federal regulations in all 50 states

Third Alert is an electronic rear-end collision prevention system installed near the existing third brake light on your vehicle. When you step on the brake pedal, Third Alert triggers the third brake light to pulse four times before going solid, alerting the drivers behind you that you are slowing down or stopping.

A study demonstrated that approximately 90% of all rear-end collisions could be avoided if the trailing driver had just one extra second of warning (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, 2010). Third alert can provide that extra second and lower your chances of a rear-end collision.

Third Alert is compatible with all makes and models of cars. It is designed and manufactured in America and each unit is hand-tested to ensure safety before distribution.

  • Auto Accidents

    A car crash is 23 times more likely if one party is texting (Virginia Tech Transportation Institution, 2009).

  • Texting & Driving

    50% of drivers age 18-24 say they have texted while driving (AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 2009).

  • reaction Time

    A pulsing brake light increases driver reaction times by 14.5 feet at 50MPH and 20 feet at 65MPH (Daimler Benz Safety Study, 2005).

  • distracted driving

    A distracted driver is 69% more likely to notice the car ahead of them stopping or slowing if that car is equipped with a pulsing third brake light (DOT study).

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