3-21-13 When it comes to driving, vehicle safety should be first and foremost on the mind of all drivers. We all know it’s not safe to text while driving and having your windows clear of snow and ice is incredibly important. But have you thought about safety issues when your car is in reverse? For many of us, it can be difficult to see exactly what’s behind us and the consequences can be horrific. Fortunately, the quality and reliability of reverse safety systems have improved greatly.
There are several types of reverse safety systems now available. Some systems use sensors that are installed on the rear bumper and use an audible signal to indicate when you’re close to something (or someone!). Other systems use both audible and visual signals to warn you. More sophisticated systems use a camera mounted on the rear bumper to literally show you the area behind your vehicle. All of these systems can be installed as an aftermarket add on to your car.
A backup safety system is no substitute for attentive driving and a driver should always be cautious when backing up. If you’d like to add a reverse sensing system to increase your safety precautions let us know. We’d be happy to advise you on the best system for your vehicle.