If you are looking for a new way to dress up your trailer, broaden your advertising hours, be more conspicuous at night, and maybe even win a few light shows, than we have the product for you – Logolights. Originally developed for his own trailer, Matt Meza got a lot of attention out on the road from the backlit logos he created and mounted on the sides of his trailer. After a lot of research and development (and several prototypes), Matt found an investor to help him start his company, which is now based in Valencia, CA. Since then, Matt has quit driving and now works with Logolights full-time, but his viper red Peterbilt 379 can still be seen running around Southern California promoting his company and its unique product. The signs, which are created to spec at Logolights facility and then shipped out as a kit for the customer to install, feature solid aluminum frames and brackets, long life LEDs, aluminum composite letters and stainless steel mounting hardware. There is no need to drill any extra holes in your trailer to mount the signs – just drill out some of the factory rivets and replace them with the high-strength rivets provided to mount the brackets. The brackets come with pre-drilled holes that line up with the existing rivet pattern on the trailer. The signs are lightweight, easy to clean, super durable, easy to install, and will add a new level of nighttime safety to your rig with the added visibility. The signs are very low profile and sit only one inch from the trailer (the company is currently doing wind tunnel testing to determine the product’s aerodynamics). Besides the added safety, Logolights also offer 24-hour advertising on your trailers, and a new, innovative look. Logolights will be on display at the truck show in Las Vegas in June, so be sure to check them out. For more information, visit www.lightmylogo.com or call them at (661) 295-1011.
Daniel J. Linss has been with 10-4 Magazine since the beginning in September of 1993 and has been the Editor and Art Director since March of 1994. Over the years, he has also become an owner and one of the main photographers for 10-4 and is well-known for his insightful cover feature articles and honest show reports. Married for over 30 years with three grown children, Daniel produces 10-4 Magazine each and every month from his office in Central California.