Tell Those Bad Drivers Off (or Thank Nice Drivers) with This Effective Car Window Sign to Ease Your Road Rage! The Drivemocion!

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Stupid drivers got you down? Bad drivers cutting you off, failing to indicate before nearly pulling into you and then braking in front of you make you see red? Now ease your road rage and tell them how you feel with the push of a button! The Drivemocion car sign makes it easy – and fun!

The Drivemotion is a round sign that you hang by a built-in suction cup in the rear window of your car. It can display 5 different messages by spelling out the message in LED lights at the touch of a button on the remote control, which is controlled by you, the driver.


The five different messages are:

  • A happy face
  • A frowny face
  • “Thank you”
  • “Back off
  • “Idiot”
  • You can see the potential for this handy little gadget!

    It’s not only great fun (and very useful) in your own car, but it makes the perfect and unique gift! Your friends and family will be amazed, not only because of how cool it is, but because they’ve never seen anything like it anywhere before!

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    The Drivemocion is available directly from the manufacturer, and while they are based in Australia, they ship to the United States (and several other countries). At only 19.99 Pounds – about $39.65 USD – it’s a heck of a deal, and standard shipping is only about $15.00 (and hey, no tax!)

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    6 thoughts on “Tell Those Bad Drivers Off (or Thank Nice Drivers) with This Effective Car Window Sign to Ease Your Road Rage! The Drivemocion!

    1. The £££, the London contact address and the +44 phone prefix are all clues that this is a UK-based company, not an Aussie one.

    2. “19.99 Pounds” come on guys, We changed to “dollars” in 1966!. hmm forgot to mention our’s is only worth about 70c us :(
      I for one do not think it would be a good idea to rede insults such as “idiot” maybe just have a sad face, or a waving hand for when loser blasts you with his horn – confused Aussie

    3. Well “Phibber” I’m one of those “nuts with guns” you’re so worried about. My reaction to such a sign would be to ignore it, “fuggit drive on”. I try to use good manners when driving as well as anywhere else I go in my daily rounds, and since I am generally legally armed I try to avoid idiots and troublemakers as much as possible, minding my own business and keeping the peace. To be frank people like you, and your casual rudeness, contribute more to the sad state of present society than me and my sidearm, but not to worry, mere rudeness is not a “shooting offense”, it will just get you snubbed and ignored in polite society.
      JWW

    4. And then when the driver who has one is looking at the remote control to choose a message instead of paying attention to the road and gets in an accident him/herself, the display can change to “I’m the idiot this time”.

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