Protect your truck’s rear end with Tailbone.
Ultra-Bright, Pulsating LEDs
Simple, Stick-on Installation
Every 9 minutes, a truck is rear‑ended.***
Today’s motorists are distracted, so they react slowly. This is a risk every time your drivers need to brake quickly or stop in the shoulder.
Tailbone Is Fleet Safety
The ultra-bright, pulsating LEDs command attention. The motion sensor means it’s wire-free. The result:
Protects When Braking Quickly
Tailbone automatically activates its attention-getting LEDs when your drivers brake quickly. These lights make following motorists react up to 50% faster** when you need it most.
Protects When Stopped
When your vehicle is parked in a dangerous location, press the Hazard button to activate the lights. The resulting signal is 3x as visible** as normal hazard lights.
Keep Drivers Safe
Following Motorists React up to 50% Faster
This powerful technology is extensively proven. Now, your tech can install it faster than it takes to sign in to your ELD.
The secure installation takes minutes via screws or included adhesive. The built-in motion sensor makes it completely wire-free.
Since it’s wire-free, Tailbone can install to the most visible location on your vehicles – even on a door. The 10 LEDs are set to the maximum legal brightness to achieve maximum impact when it’s needed most.
Ready for Your Fleet
Tailbone’s universal design protects trailers, buses, vans, and more.
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Keep your drivers safe, deliver without incident, and avoid nuclear verdicts. To learn more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use this form:
Warning: There is no substitute for safe driving. Tailbone™ is a supplemental brake light and not a replacement for required brake lights. There is no safety product that can prevent every rear-end collision. Referenced facts refer to findings from professional studies on Tailbone’s underlying technology. See the footnotes for the complete studies.
** Wierwille, Walter W., Llaneras, Robert E., and Neurauter, M. Lucas. “Evaluation of Enhanced Brake Lights Using Surrogate Safety Metrics.” National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, April 2009, p51.
*** Blower, Daniel, Green, Paul E., and Matteson, Anne. “Bus Operator Types and Driver Factors in Fatal Bus Crashes.” University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. June 2008, p1.
* Lee, Suzanne E.; Llaneras, Eddy; Klauer, Sheila; Sudweeks, Jeremy. “Analyses of Rear-End Crashes and Near-Crashes” National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, October 2007 p xxi.