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Cyberbooth# 203
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Personal Security/Vehicle Seek/Find Locator System
Category: Automotive

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Unique features & benefits:

Large crowded parking lots and multi-level garage structures are a part of everyday life both at work as well as off-work, whether you go shopping at a mall, or go to a special ballgame, concert or movie.

Forgetting where the car is parked is a common problem for some people. While solutions have been tried like colored tennis balls on antennas, or remote flashing headlights, many of these have been ineffective.

Walking throughout endless acres of parked cars while trying to find your car can be a frustrating and potentially dangerous experience, especially if you're tired, alone, and it's dark. The Vehicle Locator System (Seek/Find Locator) will usher you quickly to your car. The Vehicle Locator System will also alleviate the usual fear of being assaulted while searching for the car in a large parking lot, especially at night. Additionally, the flashing light and loud horn sound similar to a car alarm system can help deter any potential assailants in the area.

The Vehicle Seek/Find Locator is a unique device that helps you spot your car in seconds so you can quickly be on your way home. It consists of a small transmitter, similar to a remote garage door opener, that can be carried in your purse or pocket while away from the car.

When you're ready to find your car, just push the button on the transmitter which sends an electronic signal to the car. Next, listen for your car's horn and watch for the bright light flashing just above your car's roof, which guides you directly to your car from up to 1/4 mile away (this range can be increased). If you're in an enclosed parking structure and hear the horn, but don't see the light, then you know you're on wrong floor. Thus, it also directs you to the correct floor.

The installation is simple and it sets up in seconds. The U-shaped clip of the receiving unit is seated over the top edge of a partially lowered window. Note: All vital parts are contained within the interior of the vehicle, and the light source is on the exterior of the vehicle, with the window raised to a closed position. The power source is the car cigarette lighter for the light, and the vehicle can be wired enabling the light and horn to be actuated at the same time.

The Vehicle Locator System (Seek/Find Locator) can also be readily adapted to come built into new production automobiles.

Target market:

Automobile drivers of all ages.

Inventor is seeking:

Licensee to manufacture and distribute the product.

Note: Product is patented.

Contact information
Contact: John Bullock Title: Inventor/Patentee
Organization: JB's Car Finder Corporation
Address: 6129 Burnt Hills Drive Las Vegas, NV 89130
Phone: 702 396-0043
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