Hand Signal Light for Motorists (Sep, 1931)
Hand Signal Light for Motorists
EVERY year a large number of auto accidents occur because drivers fail to notice signals. A simple device, the hand signal light, recently invented, helps to make driving safer, especially at night.
If the driver ahead wishes to make a left-hand turn, the driver behind will be able to see the signal. As soon as the hand is extended, lights from the car in the rear strike the red glass, which makes the signal clearly visible. The signal light is worn like a wrist watch, as shown at right.