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Number: 116/52
Name: Signals and indicators > Vehicle > Motion and direction > Pivoted > Laterally swinging arm
Description: Devices in which an arm is pivoted, usually at the side, but sometimes at the front or rear of the vehicle, so as to swing outward to signalling position.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
116/54 Illuminated 4
116/53 Multiple arms 6

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8033236 Handbrake load indicator Oct. 11, 2011
7192078 Protective wind shield apparatus Mar. 20, 2007
7059663 Protective wind shield apparatus Jun. 13, 2006
6951184 Crossing control arm assembly Oct. 4, 2005
6477978 Crossing arm assembly Nov. 12, 2002
6310551 Alpine rescue alert assembly Oct. 30, 2001
4565152 Safety flag Jan. 21, 1986
4365581 Traffic signaling attachment device for bicycles Dec. 28, 1982
4318079 Motorized tire barrier and signal barrier traffic-way controller Mar. 2, 1982
4116154 Bicycle distance safety device Sep. 26, 1978
4038935 Traffic signaling attachment device for bicycles Aug. 2, 1977
3961596 Bicycle directional signal Jun. 8, 1976

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