The BedLock System is the first adjustable cargo divider system. It is easy to assemble and easy to reconfigure compartment size on the go. It not only offers adjustable cargo space, but also provides strong, durable and long lasting protection for your truck bed. You can even customize your divider system or select from one of their kits. Great for Trucks, SUVs, Trailers, Trunks and even your storage area. Your 8 Foot Bed Kit can even be reconfigured to a 5.5 Foot Bed or 6.5 Foot Bed. Add base platforms and dividers for larger areas without buying an entire kit.
Nobody wants their propane tank rolling around the back of the truck, or the cooler spilling over causing them to lose all of their ice and cold beverages, while driving to a friends cookout. How many times have you swerved to avoid debris in the road on your way home from work, or taking the kids to school? Veering around the random ladder in the road, the bucket of paint, the mattress or chair cushion. I saw a whole couch on the highway the other day.
BedLock Systems has finally developed a simple, one of a kind, easy to use solution for creating adjustable compartments in the bed of your truck or any vehicle cargo area. The divider kits are tough, durable and can not only secure your load but protects your truck bed. Assembly take three easy steps:
- Configure the bed liner sections
- Secure the bed liner sections with the connector pins
- Arrange and insert your adjustable dividers to create compartments
Lisa Lescord, co-founder of BedLock Systems, LLC. Lisa says “I make it a point to strive for my goals and contributing to helping other people, which are nothing less than my grandest dreams!
Upon graduating with honors with a Paralegal degree from Hilbert College in New York, I embarked upon a career in the legal and business management fields. A dual professional career has allowed me to amass a large array of skills: legal research, drafting documents, office administration, client and case management. I pride myself on my ability to respond rapidly and appropriately to changing circumstances; evaluate problems, make astute decisions to effect positive change and refocus on new priorities. Providing strong direction and expert advice are vital.
I also have a proven background managing all phases of business which includes customized proposals, service, claims, billing, audits and reporting. Key components in this arena have been strategic development and organizational efficiency. My spare time is spent with my “Brady Bunch” family, and we are actively involved at St. Andrews Church in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. I have an unhealthy love of the Buffalo Bills and spend much of my time reading and outdoors in our southern sunshine”.
According to an article released by “AAA” on August 11, 2016, “More than 200,000 crashes involved debris on U.S. roadways during the past four years, according to a new study released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, resulted in approximately 39,000 injuries and more than 500 deaths between 2011 and 2014. AAA is calling for drivers to properly secure their loads to prevent dangerous debris.
- Nearly 37 percent of all deaths in road debris crashes resulted from the driver swerving to avoid hitting an object. Over-correcting at the last minute to avoid debris can increase a driver’s risk of losing control of their vehicle and make a bad situation worse.
- More than one in three crashes involving debris occur between 10:00 a.m. and 3:59 p.m., a time when many people are on the road hauling or moving heavy items like furniture or construction equipment.
- Debris-related crashes are much more likely to occur on Interstate highways. Driving at high speeds increases the risk for vehicle parts to become detached or cargo to fall onto the roadway.
About two-thirds of debris-related crashes are the result of items falling from a vehicle due to improper maintenance and unsecured loads. The most common types of vehicle debris are:
- Parts becoming detached from a vehicle (tires, wheels, etc.) and falling onto the roadway.
- Unsecured cargo like furniture, appliances and other items falling onto the roadway.
- Tow trailers becoming separated and hitting another vehicle or landing on the roadway”
With a 40% increase in debris related accidents since the study began, 16 states like Texas and Washington have implemented laws holding drivers responsible for improperly securing items on pickup truck and debris falling from a vehicle.
In the creator’s own words: BedLock Systems, LLC cannot save every life, but if we save one person from a lifetime of agony or a family from losing their dad because we prevented a back yard grill from toppling off a pickup truck, then we have accomplished our mission. If you own a pickup truck, you can help. You no longer have to have an unsecured load. Don’t be the guy that has to live with your random mattress or paint bucket falling off your truck, causing the accident that takes a life.
THE PATENTS PENDING PICKUP TRUCK BED; ADJUSTABLE CARGO DIVIDER SYSTEM
For Full Assembly Process, you can check it out at www.bedlocksystems.com
Lisa Lescord has started a crowdfunding campaign with a goal of raising $400,000 the funds raised will be used for the following expenses: Tooling Costs, Distribution Costs, First Batch of Product Cost and Delivery Cost.
Pledge $300- 5.5 Ft TruckBed Divider Kit Early bird 5.5 Ft Divider System Includes: 16 Bed Liner Sections 3 x 12″ Dividers 2 x 18″ Dividers 41 x 2 Pin Connectors 14 x 4 Pin Connectors Instruction Manual.
Pledge $400- 6.5 Ft TruckBed Divider Kit Early Bird 6.5 Ft Divider Systems Includes: 18 Bed Liner Sections 4 x 12″ Dividers 3 x 18″ Dividers 42 x 2 Pin Connectors 17 x 4 Pin Connectors Instruction Manual.
Pledge $500- 8 Ft TruckBed Divider Kit Early Bird 8 Ft Divider Kit Includes: 22 Bed Liner Sections 5 x 12″ Dividers 3 x 18″ Dividers 60 x 2 Pin Connectors 19 x 4 Pin connectors Instruction Manual.
Have a look at the Indiegogo link below for more information: