resqme, Inc.’s auto and personal safety tools are perfect life-saving stocking stuffers
Santa Barbara, CA (November 2014)—With presents to buy, meals to prepare and traditions to uphold, the holiday season is one of the busiest times for families in the household. It is also one of the busiest travel times of the year. The number of long-distance trips to and from a destination 50 miles or more away rises by 23% during this time of the year. A majority of these holiday trips—91% to be precise—are taken using a car. These holiday motorists are prone to encounter wet, icy, slippery roads and extreme weather conditions—all of which result to about 500 deaths a year.
To keep motorists prepared and safe, leading auto safety company resqme, Inc. has developed the award-winning resqme® Car Escape Tool—a portable, easy-to-use, lifesaving tool that helps drivers stay prepared for road accidents or emergencies. It is a perfect and affordable gift for friends and family this holiday season.
The resqme tool provides drivers and passengers with a quick and easy means of escape in the event of an overturned or submerged vehicle. The revolutionary 0.8-ounce rescue tool features a concealed steel blade that swiftly cuts through seatbelts, and a spring-loaded spike that easily shatters window glass with one push. Measuring 3 inches long and 1 ½ inches wide, this rescue tool can easily slip into a Christmas stocking and comes in a variety of 8 festive holiday colors, including red, green and blue.
“Celebrating the holidays should be an enjoyable time for everyone, and driving to your holiday destination should be no different,” says Laurent Colasse, Founder and President of resqme, Inc. “The most thoughtful gift you can give to a loved one is the safety and peace of mind that accompany a resqme.”
With dozens of lives already saved this year, the resqme tool is definitely the most thoughtful gift a family or friend can give or receive this holiday season for a lifetime of safety and peace of mind.
 “U.S. Holiday Travel.” Bureau of Transportation Statistics. http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/america_on_the_go/us_holiday_travel/html/entire.html
 Icy Road Fatality Statistics: http://icyroadsafety.com/fatalitystats.shtml