By May 1, 2018, all cars, SUVs, trucks and vans would be required to have rear-view visibility systems. This announcement follows the pleas of thousands of individuals who have been affected by tragic back-over accidents, especially those involving children and seniors.
This month we are taking another look at Aftermarket Wireless Reverse Camera Kits. Recent improvements in the resolution in video cameras and improved interference resistance have produced some very interesting and attractive backup camera systems for the car market.
Backup Camera is a type of video camera that is intended to helping drivers reverse vehicles safely by being attached to the rear of a vehicle.so it’s very important especially for large automobile like RV,bus,drivers in these kind of vehicle are in need of a backup camera to aid in when reversing,There are many options of rear view backup cameras on the market today.it’s kind of hard for a new beginner to pick up a backup camera that ‘s most suitable for their vehicle,there are several criteria to consider before you buy your vehicle backup camera.
Accessory backup video systems for cars are widely available with several electronics manufacturers competing in the market. While the primary mission of these minicams is simply to provide a view to the rear while you're parking or backing up, they also offer a safety advantage because they can help you to see a child, pet, or hazard.
Our previous tests of a few aftermarket models found that performance generally tracked with price—another case of "you get what you pay for." That said, even the worst performers are better than a beeper-type parking aid at seeing objects or people behind the vehicle.
Since installing the haloview wireless RV backup camera last month, I’ve had a chance to use it for a couple of hundred miles during our RV road trip south. The travel conditions have been demanding due to the dreary, wet weather, a good test for the camera’s performance.
Reverse driving has its challenges, and when you are stuck somewhere along a narrow path, or on a busy street, you need something to help you maneuver out of this. A rear-view, RV backup camera could be a savior, in such a situation. Most recent cars come with an RV backup camera, but some of the older models are deficient of this vital component. You can easily drive in reverse, and not back into any obstacles that could be in your blind spot, with the aid and the clarity of an RV backup camera.