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September 23, 2003

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Kustom Signals Introduces New Automatic Crash Record Activation Feature

Lenexa, Kansas - As part of Kustom Signals' continuous improvement program, our most recent optional feature available on the Digital Eyewitness In-car Video System, is its ability to automatically activate the recorder when the vehicle is involved in a collision. This feature is accomplished with a vault-mounted circuit board utilizing dual accelerometers, mounted perpendicular to each other. This configuration allows the device to detect impacts from all four sides of the vehicle. When a collision is detected, the Crash Record board will activate Digital Eyewitness' record command. Like all Digital Eyewitness record activations, this will capture the "pre-event" or "lookback" buffer memory. Which means that if the impact occurred in the view of the active camera, the collision and a segment of video leading up to the collision will be recorded. This evidence can save time and potentially money by quickly verifying what happened.

For more than 30 years, Kustom Signals, Inc. has been a world leader in the design, manufacture and sale of radar, laser, in-car video and related public safety equipment including fire apparatus video surveillance systems and speed monitoring trailers. More information, please call us toll-free 1-800-4KUSTOM, email us at sales@kustomsignals.com or visit us on the web at www.kustomsignals.com.

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