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J.W. Speaker crafts adaptive motorcycle headlight

Original lighting equipment manufacturer J.W. Speaker Corp. of Germantown in Washington County, Wisconsin has developed the world’s first motorcycle headlight that adapts to its surroundings to allow riders a better lit view during turns, thereby improving motorcycle safety.

J.W. Speaker has announced that pricing and availability information will be released for the new headlight on Friday, February 26.

According to J.W. Speaker, while some cars employ technologies such as self-leveling lights to better illuminate the road during a turn, no motorcycles have been manufactured with the same feature so far. This new light fixture could revolutionize night-time motorcycle riding.

J.W. Speaker’s aftermarket product sales director Michael Stoeckel said that their newly-developed headlight’s sensors and electronics determine how a motorcycle leans into a turn in order to control the light pattern so as to afford better visibility for the rider as well as to make the motorcycle more visible to other drivers. Stoeckel noted of the light mechanization: “It’s all done in a very smooth, intelligent and natural way.”

Our attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are excited by any news of safer motorcycle and automobile features that can reduce the number of accidents and injuries for individuals. However, we know that there are still negligent drivers who will cause wrecks no matter what. That’s why we handle motorcycle accident cases in Wisconsin. Speak with our experienced lawyers regarding your legal rights and options by calling us at our offices today at 800-242-2874.