Multiples Cars Accidents

Multiples Cars Accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [NHTSA]:

“The highest price we pay for car crashes is in the loss of human lives”


The benefit of having a safer sun visor is not limited to the car driver’s only.

All stakeholders will benefit from our installed product on the assembly line for all new car. Despite makes or models:

  • carmakers
  • auto parts makers
  • Transportation safety authority
  • Insurance companies
  • Car or truck drivers
  • Market players and investors


  • This is the missing safety product we are looking for to provide safe driving comfort and prevent frontal car accident
  • New selling point
  • Enhanced Drivers safety and comfort
  • New profit line
  • New choice value for customers
  • Key auto safety players
  • Saving people lives
  • Reducing frontal cars accident
  • Enhancing road safety
Saving lives
  • Money Saving
  • improving drivers safety
  • Reducing users accidents repayments
  • Enhancing driving comfort
  • saving people life
  • Instantaneous and immediate response to frontal glare in any circumstances
  • This is a product with Technology proprietorship in a niche market – the automotive safety product
  • Standardization for all car and makes will create the frontal glare visor multi-billion industry



Traditional sun-visors are ineffective in dealing with the frontal glare. Many attempts made didn’t respond to the need of a safer device that can be used instantaneously to manage the threat raised with oncoming sun rays; car headlights, sun rays, sun reflection on wet roads. those are facts leading to many unexplained car accidents on the road.

Letter of interest obtained from carmakers. Initial production volume pre-ordered was 1.2 million units. Customized final product development is the step to reach to enter line production.


Sun visors makers are looking for technology that can respond to the need for a safer product to manage oncoming traffic on the road. The diverse solution developed does not solve the frontal glare problem. This remains unsolved up to date in the 20017 car models from any car makers.

The Sun visor we developed is a unique solution to the problem. A prototype has shown our solution work. Top 5 carmakers engineers and technical team have validated the solution provided by RFGS® Visor.

Carmakers will price is largely above the actual traditional visor. There is a value added to the visor technology.

Grupo Antolin France –

“This product can be quickly installed in BMW, Daimler Chrysler (Mercedes) or Saab….”

Grupo Antolin – USA said:

“very interesting product… will see the opportunity for an alliance with Lupsor System Inc….”



Drivers resort to sunglasses to deal with frontal glare in the car. Notice, that is not always available in the car.  And it requires sometimes to locate, wipes and wear it. The accident comes faster than the reaction time allowed to the driver to manage life-threatening circumstances.

Faster, an instantaneous product is required to deal with a sudden situation that many drivers face on the road.

RFGS® Visor was submitted to the French transportation Safety Testing Authority (UTAC) to evaluate the risk of installing such device.

UTAC conclusion was “This product can be safely installed in the car since there will be no interaction with the car airbags”

If you look at the interaction with the airbags, there are normally no more problems with your system than with another visor since the shots are done with the sun visors stored. However, it is possible that the manufacturer’s specifications take into account the sun visor and its behavior when deploying the front and side airbags (see with them). For me, the interaction of the airbag with your system seems difficult. Due to the pivoting connection between the two parts of the sun visor. There must be no blocking of the airbag deployment. However, it is necessary to validate the behavior of the assembly when it is pushed by the airbag and that it impacts either the roof of the vehicle or the windscreen.



The cost and crashworthiness of vehicles as well as drivers’ safety habits affect the cost of auto insurance. Out of concern for public safety and to help reduce the cost of crashes, insurers support safe driving initiatives. The insurance industry is a major supporter of anti-drunk driving and seatbelt usage campaigns.[1]

“The highest price we pay for car crashes is in the loss of human lives”

[NHTSA, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration]

Insurance cost is very high.[2] The highest price we pay for car crashes is in the loss of human lives, however, society also bears the brunt of the many costs associated with motor vehicle accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), U.S. motor vehicle crashes in 2010 cost almost $1 trillion in loss of productivity and loss of life. The study was released in May 2014. The auto industry’s steady improvements in vehicle safety over the last several decades — despite a litany of safety recalls — had driven down the number of roadway deaths to an all-time low of 32,675 in 2014.

The duty of a motorist driving under sun glare conditions to take precautions may be even more acute in residential or urban areas where pedestrian traffic is high and the driver is aware of, or should have been aware of, the presence of children or other pedestrians.

Damages in Sun Glare Car Accidents

Pedestrians, bicyclists or others injured in sun glare accidents may file injury claims against the responsible motorist for negligent driving. Police officers often ticket motorists in such cases for driving too fast for the traffic or road conditions along with careless driving, violating a traffic signal, and not stopping for a stop sign or for a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Victim of such accidents [in the US for example], is entitled to compensation for the following damages:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Past and future loss of income
  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Emotional trauma

In a wrongful death case, the decedent’s immediate family may also collect for funeral and burial expenses and loss of the decedent’s love, comfort and emotional support. Pain and suffering is compensable if the decedent was observed to have consciously experienced pain before succumbing to injuries.

[1] Insurance Information Institute, Inc.

[2] Cost of Auto Crashes & Statistics


Frontal Glare Problem Night & Day - Sun rays, Headlights

Frontal Glare Problem Night & Day – Sun rays, Headlights

‘Where a dazzling sunset gets particularly nasty is when the road turns unexpectedly into it or the glare appears from behind trees or buildings or by reflection’. ‘Drivers can’t gamble that it will change quickly – in the couple of hundred yards that takes to happen, there may be a pedestrian, cyclist or jogger.

‘Likewise, overtaking into the low sunlight when the road ahead is obscured is risking disaster.’

The AA also points out that the rate of head-on crashes involving lorries nearly quadruples in twilight conditions.

‘If the vehicle casts a long shadow in front of it, it is very likely that oncoming drivers and those coming out of turnings will have difficulty seeing it,’ says the report.

The AA says that the danger of sunset coinciding with the rush hour poses different challenges for different road users.
It urges drivers to ‘watch the backs’ of joggers, dog walkers and pedestrians as these groups are almost twice as likely to be killed or seriously injured in road accidents if they have their backs to the vehicles.

The AA says its own research based on official 2004 pedestrian casualty statistics, shows that 10.8 percent of the 5,566 pedestrians killed or seriously injured when in the road were walking or running with their backs turned away from the traffic. This compares with 5.9 percent of casualties who were directly facing oncoming cars.


The driver can follow these advises par AA:


  • Keep your windscreen clean – including the inside.
  • If blinded, slow down immediately. It is tempting to carry on regardless to let the glare pass but by then it may be too late.
  • If driving at sunset, anticipate the effects of glare on you and other drivers. Drivers heading west or through terrain where the sun may appear suddenly need to expect to travel more slowly than usual.



investors who believed in safety product in the very high volume market such the automotive industry enjoyed double-digit revenue in their investment.

With a much-needed product such as our FGS®-HUD visor and our technology proprietorship advantage, our investors will enjoy investing in our niche market.

We anticipate that our product will be as important as the seat belt, the NVS of Gentex for rear view mirrors.