Reverse Cameras & Guidelines

Reverse Cameras & Guidelines

Why Reverse Cameras?

Reverse cameras are small, wide-angle cameras mounted in the rear of a vehicle, and connected either to the infotainment screen on the instrument panel, or a small monitor in the rear-view mirror itself.

When the driver starts reversing, the camera screen automatically appears to show the rear of the car. Some systems feature lines on the screen, called “moving parking guidelines”, as a guide to show the path of the direction of the car to further help the driver to reverse accurately.

Eliminate Blind Spots

The rear-view mirror on your car can only show you so much, and even turning your head to look around while you back your car up does not always allow you to take in everything around you. A reverse camera on your car helps eliminate blind spots as you back up. Additionally, some cars come with sensors, so you know when something is in your blind spot that you still can not see on the reversing camera.

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