Back-Up Cameras; Bringing Convenience and Safety to your Vehicle

Back-Up Cameras; Bringing Convenience and Safety to your Vehicle

The main purpose of a rear-view camera system is simply to provide a view of what is behind you while you’re parking or backing up, but they also offer a safety advantage in helping you to see a child, pet, or other hazard.

How a Back-Up Camera Can Help You

Every year, thousands of children are hurt or killed because a driver backing up failed to see them. For the most part, back-over accidents take place in residential driveways or parking lots and oftentimes it’s the parent or close relative at the wheel.  With the installation of a back-up camera system you are eliminating a large blind zone and preventing many of these accidents.

Many new cars have proximity sensors that beep when you back toward a solid object, and other vehicles have a back-up camera incorporated into their built in navigation systems.  Aftermarket camera systems and back-up sensors allow any vehicle to be equipped with a warning system.

How They Work

With an aftermarket rear-view camera system, a small camera can be built into a license-plate holder or on a vehicle’s bumper.

Systems also require a video screen for viewing. These screens can be built into a replacement rear-view mirror or a small screen that mounts to the dash.  Also keep in mind, many in dash multimedia receivers and GPS navigation systems come back up camera ready.

Contact us today to find out which back up camera system would fit your vehicle and
start down the road of safer driving!

Back-Up Cameras; Bringing Convenience and Safety to your Vehicle

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