Trailer Beacon Light Sheds Light on RVs

Oregon City, Oregon-based transportation service provider NWCR Inc. recently announced the launch of a new product for the RV world: Trailer Beacon Light.

Trailer Beacon Light allows you to run your running lights on most 5th wheel, travel trailer, toy hauler, pop up or living quarter horse trailers, when not plugged into your truck or SUV.

Trailer Beacon Light allows you to run your running lights on most 5th wheel, travel trailer, toy hauler, pop up or living quarter horse trailers, when not plugged into your truck or SUV.

This device allows RVers to illuminate the outside of their travel trailers without the necessity of a vehicle battery.

The ability to illuminate a travel trailer while camping provides safety and security for owners and camping patrons, and adds aesthetic appeal.

Trailer Beacon light was developed in a garage and marketed to local RV enthusiasts and distributors nationwide.

“The idea came from my own personal experience,” states John Kirk, President and CEO of NWCR Inc.

“I made a prototype for my own trailer and had many inquiries where one could be purchased. It was apparent that we had a viable product.”

Trailer Beacon Light’s design is compatible with nearly every travel trailer on the market,
and is assembled in the U.S. with high-end components.

Each unit is water resistant and is individually hand-tested prior to shipping.

The Trailer Beacon Light provides RV owners peace of mind while amongst the trees or on the dunes, by operating running lights without drawing from a vehicle battery.

The ability to illuminate a travel trailer while camping provides safety and security for owners and camping patrons, and adds aesthetic appeal.

Trailer Beacon Light is quickly becoming a must-have accessory for the RV enthusiast, according to a company news release.

Toy hauler without Trailer Beacon Light

“I just received my Beacon Light/Flashing box. Wow, I am impressed with the quality of it. It works great and is easy to use. I am a deputy sheriff in South East Tennessee and see this product as a must have for anyone with a travel trailer. If you have an emergency at
your campsite, the flashing function will allow law enforcement, fire, and ambulance medics to find you quickly from all the other campers. The time it saves getting help to you could save a life. Keep up the good work and the price is very reasonable too!” states Mike from Tennessee.

The Trailer Beacon Light is sold as a complete package and is easy to install. The unit installs in seconds and does not require the purchase of any additional parts or accessories. It is a simple plug and play installation and takes less than 30 seconds to install.

The Trailer Beacon Light allows you to run your running lights on most fifth wheels, travel trailers, toy haulers, pop-up campers, and living quarter horse trailers, when not plugged into your truck or SUV.

Trailer Beacon Light features include:

  • Simple on/off switch allows you to turn the lights on and off
  • Compatible with most seven-way trailer plugs
  • Creates a Christmas tree light effect at night
  • Keeps you safe on the dunes at night while others are riding
  • Lets people know that you’re camping and it will be less likely that someone will ride into your camp at night
  • Stand out in the crowd
  • Weather resistant box keeps moisture out of electrical connections
  • Great for RV dealers who want to draw attention to their trailer lots at night

Details

NWCR Inc.

Toy hauler with Trailer Beacon Light

NWCR Inc. is a transportation service provider in the Pacific Northwest.

NWCR Inc. was founded in 2006 to meet the needs of business owners transportation
needs.

NWCR has experienced growth with recent expansions and diversified offerings.

Based in Oregon City, Oregon, NWCR Inc. is locally owned and operated.

Mailing Address: PO Box 1170, Oregon City, OR 97045

Phone: (503) 427-1013

Website: nwcrinc.com

Worth Pondering…

Another thing I like to do is sit back and take in nature. To look at the birds, listen to their singing, go hiking, camping and jogging and running, walking along the beach, playing games and sometimes being alone with the great outdoors. It’s very special to me.
—Larry Wilcox

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