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Doze Alert Helps Keep Drivers Awake
"Doze-Alert mounts right on the steering wheel of your car, truck or even tractor. If you start to doze off and take your thumb off the unit, a loud alarm sounds to quickly wake you up," explains Dennis Hutchinson, Circleville, Kan. distributor of the new driver's aid.
"I drive a lot and find it to be real helpful. I don't use it all the time just when I'm drowsy. We're finding a lot of interest from trucking companies for the unit and farmers are buying it to put on their tractors for those tiring days in the field," Hutchinson notes.
Doze-Alert's powered by a 9-volt battery. To use, you turn the switch on and then hold your thumb on the red alarm button as you drive. If your thumb comes off the button the alarm sounds.
The unit (2-in. wide, 3-in. long, 1-in. thick) snaps on the steering wheel, generally at the ten o'clock position, but it can be placed anywhere on the wheel for your driving comfort.
Hutchinson notes that women are also using the unit as an anti-mugging device. They carry it in their purses and can turn on the alarm if they're in danger.
Doze-Alert sells for $19.95.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Dennis Hutchinson, Rt. 1, Circleville, Kan. 66416 (ph 913 924-3700).

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