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How to Jump a Dead Battery

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

How to Jump a Dead Battery

Emergency vehicle lights from 911 Signal USA are created with LED technology, which allow them to create bright light without draining your battery. However, at some point in your life, you will probably get behind the wheel, turn the key, expecting the engine to rev, and it won’t. Instead, you will have a dead battery and need to jump it. Here, we will give you step-by-step instructions on how to jump a battery and get your vehicle back on the road. Jumping a Dead Battery is a Simple Process Don’t let the title above fool you into thinking,...

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911 Signal USA’s Winter Blowout Sale

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

911 Signal USA’s Winter Blowout Sale

Winter is in full swing and so is our massive winter blowout sale. Shop 911 Signal USA today, and get great deals on the most popular warning lights in our online store and free promotional items too. Check out the deals below and let us know if you have any questions! Free Promotional Items from 911 Signal USA Our winter blowout sale is unique from other LED light retailers because we offer shoppers the chance to get free promotional items with sales of a certain amount. When you place an order with us, you can get the following emergency...

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Tow Truck Drivers Rallied to Raise Awareness to Virginia’s Move Over Laws

Posted by on Jan 11, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Tow Truck Drivers Rallied to Raise Awareness to Virginia’s Move Over Laws

In December, Hicham “AJ” Najdi was struck and killed by a box truck on Interstate 495 in Virginia. The 45-year-old was working for Fairfax Towing and Recovery when killed. Today, Fairfax Towing and Recovery sponsored a memorial ride in honor of their employee. Tow Truck Driver Struck by Box Truck While Working on I-495 When Najdi was struck and killed, he was preparing to load a disabled vehicles onto his tow truck. The disabled vehicle was located near Tysons Corner on I-495. While Najdi was working, a box truck driver crossed the shoulder...

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New Year Resolutions for Drivers

Posted by on Jan 8, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

New Year Resolutions for Drivers

The New Year is officially one week old! If you haven’t made any New Year’s resolutions, you still have plenty of time. Instead of promising to lose weight, quit smoking, or finally ditching a less than desirable vice for good, you want to make becoming a better driver your New Year’s resolution this year. To help you do this, we have come up with five ways you can quickly and easily become a better driver on the road. Concentrate Behind the Wheel We understand that life doesn’t stop when you get behind the wheel. With kids, smartphones, and...

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How to Behave When Pulled Over by Police Lights

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Police lights | 0 comments

How to Behave When Pulled Over by Police Lights

Most of us have probably been there, going a little too fast on the freeway, taking a chance at a red light, or talking on a cell phone when you shouldn’t be. The one thing that all of these behaviors have in common is the fact that police can pull you over and ticket you for breaking the law. While no one wants to get a ticket for speeding, it is important to know how to behave when pulled over by police. Below, we will go over tips that will help keep everyone safe during a traffic stop and will help you make the transition go as smoothly...

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Man Jailed for Facebook Posts Encouraging People to Kill Police

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Man Jailed for Facebook Posts Encouraging People to Kill Police

Last week, a Pennsylvania man was arrested and jailed for comments posted on Facebook. Steven Drake Jr., a southwestern Pennsylvania resident, posted Facebook comments encouraging people to kill police. His comments were made the same day two New York City police officers were ambushed and killed while on-duty. Facebook Commenter Charged with Making Terroristic Threats and Disorderly Conduct Drake made several comments on Facebook the night of the shootings, but the comment that landed him in jail was “The police brought this on themselves! I...

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Ohio Teens Steal Car – Police Track with GPS

Posted by on Dec 27, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Ohio Teens Steal Car – Police Track with GPS

On Friday, December 26th, a Mansfield, Ohio woman called police to report her Chevy Impala stolen. Apparently, the car thieves stole her car keys from an end table inside her house, right by the front door, and took off with her ride. Little did the teen car thieves know, but the car was equipped with GPS and the police were able to track their every move. GPS Device was Kept in Car The Mansfield woman told police she kept a GPS device in the car. Using this device’s technology, police were able to quickly locate the Ohio teens. Police...

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Protect Your Home and Car During the Holidays

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Protect Your Home and Car During the Holidays

With Christmas and the New Year right around the corner, everyone is busy. Busy shopping, cooking, and spending time with families is a holiday tradition, but it is also a great time for thieves to take advantage of otherwise careful families. In fact, police across the country see large numbers of car thefts and home break-ins during the holiday season. Below, we have provided several simple safety precautions that can help you from becoming a victim during the holidays. Safety Tips for the Home During the Holidays During the holidays,...

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