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When using the Courtesy Flashing Signs (CFS) safety is of utmost importance.
For your safety, please strictly observe the following:

  • During installation, make sure that this product does not block your view.
  • Children should be monitored when they are within proximity of the CFS display
  • DO NOT let children tamper with the CFS display.
  • Please check the attachment of the CFS display from time to time to make sure that it is securely in place.

            CFS Installations
                 Installation instructions and User's Guide are included in the CFS package sent to customers.

            CFS Operations

       


        The Courtesy Flashing Sign is simple and easy to use.

             1) Place the wireless remote control (WRC) in a conveninet location for easy access for the driver.
                 Make sure the WRC light bulb is facing the rear of the vehicle so that it concomitantly faces
                 the back of the Flashing Light Panel (FLP).

             2) Place the panel in the vehicle’s rear view window so that the THANK YOU and SORRY display
                 face the rear window glass.

             3) Pressing the “T” button will cause the THANK YOU sign to flash 10 times before stopping
                 automatically.
            
             4) Pressing the “S” button will cause the SORRY sign to flash 10 times before stopping automatically.


        

                                                                                   Passenger car

                            

                                                                                      Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV)

            When to use the CFS (Illustrations only)

                   Scenario 1: Flashing THANK YOU





    Scenario 1: Merging on to a main street.

    When your car (Car A) merges onto a main street
    and other car B (Car B) yields for you, flash the
    THANK YOU sign to show your appreciation. This
    is just one example of courtesy on the roads.

    This scenario also applies when making RIGHT turn.

    You can also flash THANK YOU whenever you feel
    appropriate while driving.










                   Scenario 2: Flashing SORRY




    Scenario 2: Unexpected lane change

    Whenever your car (Car A) makes an unexpected
    lane change that potentially upsets the car behind
    you, flashing the SORRY sign can illustrate your
    remorse as well as alleviate any tension.

    We DO NOT recommend this kind of lane change as
    it may result in accidents.

    You have the ability to flash SORRY whenever you
    feel appropriate while on the roads or highways.










                   Scenario 3: Flashing THANK YOU








    Scenario 3: Yielding on the main street


    Whenever you signal prior to changing lanes and
    the other car yields for you, flashing THANK YOU
    shows how appreciative you are.


















                   Scenario 4: Flashing SORRY





    Scenario 4: Remaining stopped at STOP/YIELD
                        sign or when the light has turned green



    When sitting at a red light you may not notice when
    the light has turned green or you remain stopped at
    STOP/YIELD sign prompting the car behind you to honk.
    You can flash SORRY for stopping too long.













            Benefits of CFS:
                 CFS provides a way of courtesy communications among drivers when they are behind the wheel. With its easy use and
                 colors – green and orange – CFS can catch other drivers’ eyes promptly day or night.
                 Many advantages of CFS include:

                     - Creating driving courtesy on the roads and highways.
                     - Developing drivers’ nice driving behaviors.
                     - Enabling drivers to express their gratitude or remorse on the road.
                     - Potentially alleviating road rage or tension.


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