Back Up Camera
Back-up cameras help you see objects directly behind you while reversing. Remember to always look over your shoulder and in your mirrors as you back up. After you shift into reverse, the back-up camera activates to show you what is behind your car. Depending on your vehicle, the display screen may be found on the center console, in your rearview mirror or even in your sun visor. Unintentional back-overs cause approximately 210 fatalities and 15,000 injuries each year, many involving infants or children, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Camera systems have been shown to be more effective than simple sensors systems that beep when an object is detected. While many new cars today have them, by 2018, the federal government is requiring that all vehicles are equipped with a rear-view camera.
Because the installation process requires electrical wiring, professional installation is the only way to guarantee no damage is done to the vehicle. A knowledge of wiring diagrams as well as wire splicing is necessary to correctly install a mobile video or back up camera system. If the installation is done improperly, a variety of potentially irreparable electrical issues can ensue. Stop in today to view our selection of mobile video, back up camera system and installation options.
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South Bend, IN 46615