In a critical situation, emergency vehicles have to get through. Not only that, but they have to get places quickly. While flashing lights and sirens are a sufficient warning for most, not everyone gets the message. What is an emergency vehicle to do if a person is not paying attention; they do not hear the sirens or see the flashing lights? I can not imagine a worse feeling for an emergency responder then sitting behind a clueless person watching the clock, and potentially life of someone in need, ticking away.
The "Rumbler" can now give that clueless driver a nudge of sorts. The Rumbler by Strobes USA creates a low frequency tone. It has the same effect of turning the base up to high. The Rumbler has a vibrating effect that drivers will actually feel. Even if you can not see the flashing lights and can not hear the wailing siren, you will soon feel your car literally start to vibrate alerting you to the emergency vehicle trying to get through.
The next time you are driving on the road and you start wondering why your car is vibrating like your phone does when you get a call, look around you. Their could be a vehicle on a life saving mission headed your way.
"The Rumbler introduces a revolutionary new concept to audible warning. This system has the ability to interact with 100/200-watt siren amplifiers and provide secondary, low frequency duplicate tones. Low frequency tones have the distinct advantage of penetrating and shaking solid materials allowing vehicle operators and nearby pedestrians to FEEL the sound waves, and perhaps even see their effects through a shaking rearview mirror."