The resqme® is a great car escape tool but sometimes people get confused on how to use it. Now presenting the ultimate, most comprehensive and up to date guide on how to use our beloved lifesaving seatbelt cutter and window breaker keychain! Where is the resqme® made and with what material? The resqme® car escape
There is no way around it, a long commute can be draining. If you drive for a job or if you drive to your office for more than a certain amount of time, you know how difficult it can be to do it in the safest manner possible. Therefore, it is important to set up
This past summer, 43 kids died of vehicular heatstroke1, the same as in 2017 (the number in 2018 was 58, the deadliest year ever) according to kidsandcars.org. This issue is becoming a growing concern and prevention efforts are increasing, advocates are getting vocal about pushing Congress to pass the Hot Car Act. In addition, auto
Summertime is here! June 21st marked the beginning of the summer with the return of the sun, blue sky, and warm weather. You may not know it but in Santa Barbara, it feels like our summer starts a little later because we experience “June gloom.” During most of the month, clouds fill the sky and temperatures
Resqme, Inc. is proud to collaborate with Rescue 42 for the release of The Ripper™ Laminated Glass Cutter. Driven by the same mission, Resqme and Rescue 42 strive to make the most efficient, safe and reliable tools for vehicle rescue situations. Both companies have been in the automotive safety industry for over 20 years.
All right so 2019 is here! Happy New Year everyone! Here are 5 things to become a better car owner this year 🙂 : 1. Keep my car clean It is true that one can find many excuses not to keep its car in the best possible condition. “The weather is gross, so my car
Ah, taking a family trip! Away from work, it is time to get ready for some fun and relax while heading to your vacation home. But is it really? Here is a top 5 of things to expect when driving with your kids. 1. Frequent bathroom stops It has been only 80 miles, but you