Safety for your family

Now, you can show how hard you’re braking so the driver behind stops in time

Safety for your family

Now, you can show how hard you’re braking so the driver behind stops in time

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Why don’t brake lights
show how hard you’re stopping?

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Introducing the award-winning Impulse! When you stop quickly, Impulse emits an ultra-bright, pulsing light to warn the driver behind so they stop in time. The best part? Thanks to its patented technology, there are no wires… just stick it to the inside of your rear window!

“It’s ingenious. When I tested the lights, I was shocked to see how bright they really are.”

Chris On Cars

How It Works

Patented Technology

When you brake so hard that the groceries in your trunk slide forward, a tiny weight inside Impulse also slides forward and activates the lights.

ACTIVATES ON
HARD BRAKING

ULTRA-BRIGHT
PULSING LEDS

NO WIRES:
EASY INSTALL

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Easy Setup

With no wires, installing Impulse is as easy as sticking it to your back window. The 4-year battery life means no charging. It really is that easy!

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Government studies show
drivers react up to 50% faster*

Government studies show
drivers react up to 50% faster*

Activates when you stop fast

You’re driving the kids to soccer practice when, suddenly, a truck cuts you off and you have to brake hard. Everyone in the car can feel how hard you’re braking. Impulse feels it too and activates automatically.

Warns the driver behind you

Impulse has ultra-bright, pulsing LEDs that alert the driver behind you that you’re stopping fast so they brake earlier and don’t crash into you. These lights command attention and are visible even when the driver behind you is looking at their phone.

Keeps your loved ones safe

Danger is a fact of life on the road, but crashes can be prevented. When other drivers are being careless, Impulse helps keep your loved ones safe.

“… an attention-getting, practical upgrade to nearly any vehicle.”

The Brake Report

Give the gift
of safety

Give the gift of safety

Perfect for families

Whether it helps grandma visit the grandkids or you feel more confident with your teenage driver newly behind the wheel, Impulse helps protect our families on the road.

Fits nearly all vehicles

Impulse sticks onto the inside of any rear window. Please note: not recommended for convertibles or vehicles with sliding rear windows because Impulse will have nowhere to go when the window is down!

Legal nationwide
 

It uses the same, life-saving technology as Volvo and BMW, except now you can simply stick it to your rear windshield.

Winner of the prestigious SEMA LaunchPad competition for best new automotive product

“A stick-on brake light that could save your life!”

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Questions?
Give us a call!

804-210-2794
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm ET
Fairfax Station, Virginia

Frequently Asked Questions

Try Impulse risk-free with our 30-day money-back guarantee!**

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SHIPPING

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WARRANTY

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MONEY-BACK
GUARANTEE**

📞 +1 804-210-2794
📧 info@maxsainnovations.com
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm ET
8412 Cathedral Forest Drive
Fairfax Station, VA 22039

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Warning: There is no substitute for safe driving. Impulse 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 Impulse’s underlying technology. See the footnotes for the complete studies.

Images altered to reflect real-world performance

**Returns are backed by our 30-day Money Back Guarantee! Simply return Impulse in its original packaging within 30 days of delivery for a full refund, just pay for return shipping.

* 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.