CUT n GO Seat Belt Cutter for anyone stuck in a vehicle. Inventor Stephen Sounders on Cazual Conversations with Caz. Bielen


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După Caz. Bielen CAZTV CAZUAL CONVERSATIONS descoperit de Player FM și comunitatea noastră - drepturile de autor sunt deținute de către editor, nu de Player FM, iar materialul audio este transmis direct de la serverul editorului. Apasă butonul Abonare pentru a urmări actualizările în Player FM, sau copiază sursa URL în alte aplicații podcast. #cutngo #caztv #Cazualconversations For any victim of a crash or anyone stuck in a vehicle with a jammed seat belt, an inventor may have an answer: Cut N Go. Whether your vehicle is fully autonomous, semi-autonomous or not, if you crash, help can be close by. For any victim of a crash or anyone stuck in a vehicle with a jammed seat belt, an inventor may have an answer. Windsor Township resident Stephen P. Souders, owner and president of Discovery Homes Inc., Maxatawny Township, believes a new design of seat belt cutter he created and is bringing to the market will allow people to free themselves when they become trapped in a vehicle. In 2016, Souders watched a newscast showing a policeman rescuing someone stranded in a vehicle in the water. “That’s why I didn’t wear my seat belt,” he said. “I was scared of getting trapped. Your car becomes your coffin.” Souders explained that he went right to his table and started drawing, claiming the design and the logo for his invention, the Cut N Go seat belt cutter, just came into his head. “I always say God gave it to me,” Souders said. “It’s so radically different. I held true to what he put in my mind.” Describing the seat belt cutters popular several years ago as glorified envelope openers that allowed the seat belt to curl, making it difficult to cut the fabric, Souders said the bulky design also relegated cutters to the glove box or console to prevent them from becoming projectiles in an accident. Video Productions, Award Winning Videos 908 256 0213

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