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Drivemocion LED Car Sign – a new way to tell other drivers how you feel

drivemocion in use

Everyone thinks that they’re the best drivers and generally everyone, no matter where you’re from, has the same set of nonverbal communication to let other drivers (and pedestrians) know exactly what you’re trying to say. The Drivemocion LED Car Sign lets you expand your vocabulary with faces and short phrases.

The Drivemocion gives you a new way to express yourself on the road. No longer will you only have your simple hand signals to rely on, you will now have a set of emoticons to help you get your point across to the people behind you. A happy face to say thank you for the car that let you in or a frown for someone who is just too close.

Drivemocion

In addition, there’s also some written messages like, “help” or “sorry”. The unit is controlled via remote so that you can easily change the sign while you’re on the road. It uses four AA batteries and attaches to the rear window of the vehicle. Careful though, this may not be legal on all roads, check your local laws before you pick this up. The Drivemocion LED Car Sign is $39.99.

Donyae’s love for technology is based on a need to survive our future robotic overlords. Know thy enemy as you know yourself. But since even odds are on the zombie future, she has also learned how to prepare squirrel. You can find her on Facebook until the robots – or zombies – rise up.

Donyae Coles – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Steve Lane

    This is a terrible idea. By all means give a helpful or polite message like “Thanks” or indicate a problem ahead but just making even snarky comments or emoticons serves no purpose other than further wind up an already poor road sharer . On the road do nothing but spread politeness. Bad moods can be dangerous and infectious.

  • RH

    I’d just like to have one that scrolls backwards in the front window “the left lane is for passing only. State law”. Ticks me off when you see someone going 0.035 mph faster than the car in the driving lane. (USA). Takes forever to get around, and sometimes over the road truckers love to pass each other going UP hill.

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