ENGLEWOOD, Fla., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With more than 60 messages that
can alert drivers about approaching hazards, any Safety Warning System(R)
receiver can help motorists steer clear of trouble. But a new SWS-enhanced
radar/laser detector from SK Global America, Inc. goes the extra mile in
getting drivers safely to their destination.
When encountering a Safety Warning System(R) transmitter, SK Global
America's new Early Warning LRD-7070 uses a digital voice and a text display
to notify drivers of specific hazards ranging from emergency vehicles to
school zones to active railroad crossings. In all, there are 64 SWS messages
divided into five categories -- Highway Construction/Maintenance, Highway
Hazards Zone Advisory, Weather Related Hazards, Travel Information/Convenience
and Fast/Slow Moving Vehicles -- to help motorists make informed decisions.
The LRD-7070's digital voice, which allows drivers to keep their attention
focused on the road ahead, also performs another innovative safety-related
function: When the unit's power is switched on, it greets the vehicle's
occupants with the message, "Welcome. Buckle your seatbelt."
Yet another unique feature of the LRD-7070 is an electric compass
function, which provides heading information in direction and degrees.
For additional information about the LRD-7070 and other SK Global America,
Inc. products, contact SK Global America by telephone at (212) 906-8251 or by
writing to 110 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022.
The Safety Warning System(R) has been hailed as one of the most exciting
Intelligent Transportation Systems on the market today, due to its
flexibility, expandability and reasonable cost. More than 10 million SWS
receivers are in use across the nation, along with transmitters in 33 states.
The technology is fully approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
To learn more about the Safety Warning System(R), contact Safety Warning
System, L.C. at 2400 N. Beach Road, Unit 12, Englewood, FL 34223; telephone
914-473-1555; fax 941-475-4826; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Or visit
www.safetyradar.com on the web.
SOURCE Safety Warning System