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Top 3 Reasons Why You Need LED Whips on Your Off-Roader Right Now

Posted on Aug 10, 2017 3:43:05 PM By Online-LED-Store

Top 3 Reasons Why You Need LED Whips on Your Off-Roader Right Now

Imagine zooming up to an impossibly steep sand dune in your off-roader at the perfect approach angle, tenaciously trudging your way up its sandy surface, at long last cresting the perilous peak only to be greeted with the glorious sight of...an oblivious off-road enthusiast barreling straight at you!

This is the kind of nightmare scenario every weekend warrior or seasoned four-wheeler unquestionably fears. Thankfully, it's also relatively easy to avoid such catastrophes when you equip your rig with LED whips.

LED safety whips are essential off-road gear that you shouldn't live without for three crucial reasons:

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Top Gear Needed to Outfit Your Off-Road Vehicle

Posted on Feb 8, 2017 2:52:45 PM By Online-LED-Store

Top Gear Needed to Outfit Your Off-Road Vehicle

Off-roading can be one of the most fun and exciting ways to spend your free time, but it is a hobby that requires careful thought and preparation as well. Obtaining the right gear and accessories will ensure that you are not only keeping up with the latest trends but also prepared in case of unforeseen events. That is because sooner or later, every off-roader will get stuck in a dune, a mud pit or a bog.

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Who's Responsible for Insuring Your Privately Owned Emergency Vehicle?

Posted on Feb 7, 2017 2:52:44 PM By Online-LED-Store

Who's Responsible for Insuring Your Privately Owned Emergency Vehicle

Your personal car or truck can fulfill many purposes in your life, from transporting your family to becoming a means for off-road trail-riding hobbies. In addition to these, you may also be in a position to utilize it in your work as a volunteer firefighter or emergency medical services provider.

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Can You Have Too Many Lights on Your Emergency Vehicle?

Posted on Jan 9, 2017 2:35:05 PM By Online-LED-Store

can you have too many lights on your emergency vehicle

Emergency vehicles have numerous purposes, including getting responders to fires, medical emergencies, accidents and crime scenes. Regardless of the specific circumstances, all of these cars and trucks will be equipped with some sort of sirens, strobe warning lights and other sorts of illumination.

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The History and Evolution of Police Car Lights and Sirens

Posted on Dec 29, 2016 4:37:15 PM By Online-LED-Store

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Flashing blue lights and the piercing whine of a siren: These are the hallmarks of today’s police vehicles. Even small children can easily identify the presence of patrol cars, but have you ever stopped to think how today’s sirens and lights for cop cars came into being? It’s an interesting tale that adds to the mystique of our law enforcement officers and can help you get a sense of a piece of their rich history.

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Tips For Driving Your Emergency Vehicle Safely

Posted on Dec 27, 2016 6:14:20 PM By Online-LED-Store

tips for driving your emergency vehicle safely

During your training as a first responder, you learned everything you needed to know about caring for patients in crisis or capturing suspects at the scene of a crime. However, it may never have occurred to you that operating your emergency vehicle is just as important. Without a total grasp of these crucial skills, you may not collar a criminal or give your sick patient the necessary treatment quickly and safely.

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Emergency Response Time Standards and How to Better Achieve Them

Posted on Dec 23, 2016 5:12:35 PM By Online-LED-Store

emergency response time standards and how to better achieve them

If you are a first responder, you know that getting to the scene of a crime or accident is one of your highest priorities. At the same time, your safety and that of other drivers is also paramount. You may be wondering what standards are in place that dictate how long you should take to get to your destination.

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Turning Your Truck into an Off Road Vehicle

Posted on Nov 18, 2016 11:55:26 AM By Online-LED-Store

You have finally purchased your dream off road vehicle and don’t you just love how awesome it looks in your driveway with its huge wheels and imposing presence? Now that you have stared at it adoringly for a few days, don’t you want to get it out of your driveway and off the road where it was intended to go? If the answer is yes, you’ll need to take several steps to make the transformation.

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Laws You Didn’t Know About Emergency Vehicle Lights

Posted on Nov 4, 2016 11:11:30 PM By Online LED Store

Laws You Didn’t Know About Emergency Vehicle Lights

In general, emergency vehicles fall into three categories: ambulances, fire trucks and police cars. When responding to an emergency, the red, white or combination red and white lights move constantly. You can probably identify one of these vehicles either by the lights or by their sirens, but you may not know about some of the laws that pertain to them.

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Spot Lights vs. Flood Lights

Posted on Oct 4, 2016 9:31:58 AM By Online-LED-Store

Spot Lights vs. Flood Lights: When to Use Which

When to Use Which

When selecting lighting to use for a work zone, it is easy to become flustered at the wide variety of options to choose from. If you've managed to narrow everything down to floodlights and spotlights, you may be still wondering which one is best to use for utility work lights. For those of you who are not sure, this guide should help you decide which type of light is ideal for your situation.

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