LED Road Flare Kit Ready for All Road Emergencies Makes Amazon Debut

EMERGENCY USA's LED road flare kit recently launched on Amazon. This comprehensive roadside emergency kit contains three LED road flares, a car safety hammer, safety gloves and an emergency preparedness pamphlet.

Dallas, TX, USA - November 12, 2019 —

EMERGENCY USA is pleased to announce that its LED road flare kit is now available for purchase on Amazon. A start-up brand that specializes in delivering state-of-the-art road safety products, EMERGENCY USA designed this road safety kit to help users remain safe during a sudden breakdown, flat tire, or other emergencies on the road. This product works for cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and even boats.

Flares are universally understood and accepted as emergency distress signals to alert oncoming traffic to potentially hazardous situations. They are used to channel traffic around a disabled vehicle, roadway obstruction or accident scene. Emergency road flares operate in all environmental conditions, and there is no other alternative for communicating an emergency as effectively as a flare.

“Our vehicle emergency kit comes with three LED road flares, a car safety hammer, safety gloves and an emergency preparedness pamphlet,” said a spokesperson for the company. “We put it all in a practical Ziploc bag, so you can drop it in your trunk and go, knowing that you have it in case you need it.”

The road flares are equipped with pre-installed AA batteries for immediate use. These flares can be attached to vehicle exteriors without any damage to the car or paintwork, thanks to the product’s powerful magnetic back, the company says.

EMERGENCY USA also informs that its road flares are heavy-duty, capable of absorbing shock, and virtually indestructible. The reach of these lights can be as much as one mile. To attract attention, the product offers nine different light settings with amber warning lights. Also, these flares can be used safely in all weather conditions, including snow or rain, because the lights are completely waterproof. In the event of getting trapped inside a vehicle, the kit’s window breaker hammer can be used to escape. The manufacturer recommends this kit specifically for young adults who have just started driving.

Anyone wishing to find more information about EMERGENCY USA’s road flare kit should visit the company’s Amazon storefront.

 

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