Secondary Safety Brakes System
BROOKLYN, NY—The Secondary Safety Brakes System, a back-up braking system for automobiles, is activated by pushing a button on the vehicle's dash. It provides a practical way of safely stopping a vehicle if the primary braking system fails. A fully functioning braking system that is mounted in conjunction with the stock braking system, the Secondary Safety Brakes System can be installed in existing vehicles or on newly manufactured vehicles.
The patent pending Secondary Safety Brakes System was invented by Israr Ahmad and Nazir Ahmad of Brooklyn, NY. They said, “With the Secondary Safety Brakes System, drivers can safely slow their vehicles to a stop and pull over to the side of the road. Because drivers can maintain control over and safely stop their vehicles, the Secondary Safety Brakes System can potentially prevent accidents and save lives.”
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