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TowTimes.com - Advanced, Digital Alerting Technology for Tow Operator Safety


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From the early, single rotating beacon lights introduced in the 1940s, to today’s sophisticated LED light bars and strobes, the towing industry has often relied on advanced warning technology first introduced for police and fire agencies. Traditional advanced warning devices – lighting, signage, cones, flares, etc. – notify motorists just ahead of, and at the location of, emergency roadside activity and work zones. Current and emerging technology trends notify motorists of roadside activity well before reaching the scene through “digital alerting”in the vehicles they’re driving. Digital alerts are real-time safety notifications of upcoming hazards that are sent to motorists’ vehicles through cellular-based technologies.

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