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Product Spotlight: F912M Mini Light Bar from 911 Signal USA

Posted by on Aug 28, 2014 in LED light bars | 0 comments

Product Spotlight: F912M Mini Light Bar from 911 Signal USA

The F912M mini light bar from 911 Signal USA is the perfect choice for drivers that need LED warning lights, but don’t have room or the budget for a full-size light bar. With this mini light bar on your emergency vehicle or POV, you will be able to move traffic thanks to affordable 360-degree light output. To learn more about this inexpensive full-size light bar alternative, check out the information below. F912M LED Mini Light Bar Houses 42 Light Bulbs In order to create the best visibility possible, we created the F912M with 42 LED light...

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School Bus Safety Tips for Parents from 911 Signal USA

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in First Responder Driving Tips | 0 comments

School Bus Safety Tips for Parents from 911 Signal USA

No matter where you live in the country, chances are there are school buses. If you are a parent, it’s likely that your children ride the familiar yellow transportation to and from school. Many parents and children think they know everything there is to know about school bus safety, but with back to school season being in full gear, it is the perfect time to revisit these important safety tips. Below, you will find school bus safety tips specifically for parents. Statistically, School Buses are the Safest Mode of Transportation for...

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Mayor’s Chief of Staff uses Emergency Vehicle Lights to Run Red Lights

Posted by on Aug 24, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

Mayor’s Chief of Staff uses Emergency Vehicle Lights to Run Red Lights

The mayor’s office in Toledo, Ohio, is under a great deal of scrutiny after the city leader’s chief of staff, Bob Reinbolt, was caught on tap using a black SUV’s emergency lights to run red lights. Reinbolt is also the Director of Safety for the city of Toledo. Illegal use of Red Emergency Lights Occurred on August 4, 2014 In Ohio, it’s important to remember that emergency lights are usually only allowed to be used in Code 3 situations. However, in this video, the Mayor’s Chief of Staff is clearly using red emergency vehicle lights on the...

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Reasons to Consider an LED Emergency Vehicle Light Upgrade

Posted by on Aug 24, 2014 in Latest News | 0 comments

One common reason that first responders and others suggest as the reason they haven’t upgraded to LED emergency vehicle lights is because their old-fashioned lighting is still working and performs just fine. However, once we get down to the nitty gritty in terms of LED lights, most people change their mind and opt to go ahead and perform an LED emergency light upgrade. Top 3 Reasons you Need an LED Warning Light Upgrade LED technology is coming down in terms of price. For this reason, many departments, volunteers, and agencies have opted to...

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Everything you Ever Wanted to Know about LED Lightbars

Posted by on Aug 21, 2014 in LED light bars | 0 comments

Everything you Ever Wanted to Know about LED Lightbars

The most important thing to realize when discussing lightbars is to remember that this emergency light wasn’t always created with LED technology. In fact, when lightbars were first introduced to the market, this warning device was nothing more than a simple rotating light on the top of an emergency vehicle. Lightbars have Evolved Over Time Over time, lightbars have evolved a great deal. Through time, different styles have been introduced to the market and the technology used to create these lights has changed quite a bit. One of the first...

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Be Polite – Move to the Right: A Guide to Traffic Safety

Posted by on Aug 18, 2014 in First Responder Driving Tips | 0 comments

Be Polite – Move to the Right: A Guide to Traffic Safety

Useful tips Concerning Emergency Vehicles, Motorcycles, and Bicycles on the Road First responders including police, fire, and EMS have difficult jobs. Unlike many other jobs, these brave men and woman have no idea what each call will deliver. Unfortunately, one of the most important and probably dangerous aspects of first responders daily tasks is traffic safety. To help encourage other drivers to be polite and responsible while driving, we have created these helpful tips regarding traffic safety. By keeping these traffic safety rules in...

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Ambulance Theft Leads Police on Chase

Posted by on Aug 12, 2014 in Police lights | 0 comments

Ambulance Theft Leads Police on Chase

Saturday, August 9th, an ambulance theft kept police in Reading busy. A Pennsylvania man stole an ambulance and led police on a high speed chase. Kevin Charles Fountain, 46, stole a Reading City ambulance as it was sitting in front of Abraham Lincoln Hotel on N. Fifth Street at about 6am. Police Activated Emergency Lights and Pursued Suspect At around 6:30am, police spotted the stolen ambulance and immediately activated their police emergency lights and siren. However, Fountain, who hasn’t had a driver’s license since 1992 did not stop....

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Police Officer’s Vehicle Hit Responding to 911 Call

Posted by on Aug 10, 2014 in Emergency Vehicle Lights | 0 comments

Police Officer’s Vehicle Hit Responding to 911 Call

On Saturday, August 9, 2014, at 11:26 am, a Niagara County Sheriff patrol vehicle was struck by a civilian vehicle while responding to a 911 call. The vehicle had activated emergency lights and sirens when hit and the sheriff driving the vehicle was injured in the crash. Deputy was responding to a 911 Call The sheriff deputy was driving south on North Transit in the Town of Lockport responding to an assault 911 call. It was at this time that a civilian vehicle went around another vehicle that had moved over for the approaching police vehicle....

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