What is the Press in Europe Saying about StopSleep?

StopSleep anti-sleep alarm has been received with a lot of positivity at home and abroad. It appears that this product is a cut above the rest and is set to change market dynamics in Europe. Many newspapers (print and online) are encouraging drivers to invest in this alarm. Let us look at some of the comments from these news sources.   AutoPlus, the acclaimed…

The KGB will save Australian lives

Doing business with Russia is not everyone’s cup of zavarka. But when your business partner is a nuclear physicist whose uncle is a Russian general, and your product is linked to a former spy network, you are probably ready for most potential bilateral challenges. StopSleep was created by Russian Alexander Levenstain using technology found in KGB lie detector polygraphs to detect if a motorist is drowsy. “If your state recovers, it turns off; if your state doesn’t change, it escalates.” Levenstain invented the device after his son, a passenger in his car, saved his life when he fell asleep at the wheel.   How will…

Driver fined $900 for crash

CORI Castle had worked a 12-hour night shift when he fell asleep at the wheel, crashing his Commodore into a parked car, then ploughing through a steel fence. The apprentice boilermaker was heading for home when the crash happened on April 10 at Boyne Island. Prosecutor Snr Const Sam Pyke told Gladstone Magistrates Court the vehicle mounted a kerb, knocked over a road sign then struck a parked vehicle, with the impact turning it 180 degrees. Magistrate Mark Morrow said that by driving when fatigued and falling asleep at the wheel, Castle had ended up causing a lot…

Driver’s micro-sleep led to crash

FATIGUE was behind a crash on the Capricorn Highway in April, which saw two trucks nearly collide head-on. The driver of one of the vehicles, Mirjana Veljanoska, faced Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Wednesday charged with driving without due care and attention. On April 10 at 6.30am, Veljanoska had been driving on the Capricorn Hwy when fatigue began to take over. The court heard she had been driving since 1am from Airlie Beach. The truck she was driving crossed the middle lines of the highway and veered into the path of an oncoming truck. The court heard that by the time she knew what…

Driver fatigue causes fourth crash

STANTHORPE emergency services have been pushed to the limit this week attending their fourth traffic accident in as many days on the Granite Belt this morning. A man was transported to the Stanthorpe hospital after running off the New England Hwy at Wrecker Lane, Severnlea at around 6.45am. Sr Sgt Mark Ireland said preliminary investigations suggest the Warwick man fell asleep at the wheel on his way to work at Wallangarra this morning. This follows a spate of traffic accidents on Tuesday where fire and…

fatigued truck driver crushed three people to death

Drug-addicted truckie Vincent Samuel George receives minimum 12 years, nine months for Menangle Bridge deaths of Logan parents, son   A DRUG-AFFECTED and fatigued truck driver who crushed three people to death when he lost control of his vehicle has been sentenced to nearly 13 years in prison. Donald and Patricia Logan, both 81, and their 59-year old…