Smart Brake Light Module™ for Trailers
Protect your bike, protect your trailer
LOUISVILLE, KY – February 29, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The folks at Gear Brake have several new products coming in 2016. The first of which is the Smart Brake Light Module™ for Trailers.
You protect your bike. Why not protect your trailer?
An extra 1 second of warning time can prevent 90% of rear-end collisions. *The Smart Brake Light Module™ gives you 3 seconds!
How did we improve the brake lighting system to give you and the person driving behind you a precious few seconds more of reaction time?
We fundamentally re-thought the brake system process. Instead of lighting up when you brake, we light up your brake lights when you slow down for ANY reason.
It sounds so simple. It makes so much sense. Why hasn’t this been done before?
Our company is founded upon making the motorcycle experience safer. That’s all we do. And GearBrake is making your ride safer.
29% of all wrecks are rear-end collisions.
Get the peace of mind that comes with having GearBrake on your ride today!
GearBrake Features and Benefits
- Automatically Detects When You Are Slowing: We’ve made critical advancements in our technology that automatically detects slowing without the need for physical actuation of a brake.
- Provide a Rear Flashing Alert: Upon slowing, GearBrake reacts with a 2 second pulsing alert, then solidly illuminates the brake light until you release the brake.
- The added time enables drivers behind you to know that you are slowing and gives you additional peace of mind, especially in heavy traffic.
Easy Installation: Plug and Play Install kits are available (as pictured above) on most models or the universal kit is available. Prices starting at $69 M.S.R.P.
Proudly Designed and Manufactured in the USA.
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GearBrake is headquartered in Louisville, KY and was founded with the mission of making riding safer and more enjoyable. We are committed to building innovative technology, right here in the USA, to improve the riding experience and most of all to save lives. www.GearBrake.com