Reversing cameras help you turn around in impossible driveways.

Some driveways are just impossible to turn around in. They seem to obey some sort of twisted, warped geometry, like an MC Escher artwork or a bent region of space-time too close to a black hole. Maybe it’s because they’re narrow, because part of them is blocked with boxes or bushes, or just because they’re...
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Driving in the Dark

Now that daylight savings time has ended, you’re likely to be doing a lot more driving in the dark, and I can tell you from experience that this can be pretty tricky without a camera. The other day I saw someone cycling at night without any lights or reflective clothing, and it genuinely made me...
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Reversing Cameras Keep You Safe

We live in an age where there are cameras everywhere. Just look at Google maps and you’ll realise that there are literally camera vans on every street. We have surveillance cameras on most street corners, in shops, outside homes. And one of the things that people are often told is that surveillance keeps you safe....
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Escape the Car Park with Ease

Parking can be stressful enough, but reversing out of a packed car park can be a real nightmare. Even if you managed to get into a spot fine, people can park super close to you before you return to your vehicle, making it all but impossible to safely get out of the spot you were...
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Get a Reverse Camera Kit and Don’t be Blinded by the Light!

When you’re driving around sunrise or sunset, glare from the sun can be a serious safety hazard. And even though it’s still Daylight Savings Time, we’re now past the halfway point to the equinox which means that sunset is getting closer and closer to rush hour. This means that you can be driving a long...
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Bad Turning Circle? Get a Reversing Camera!

I know that I sometimes might seem to harp on about bad turning circles, but I’ve driven a car that has trouble doing a u-turn even on fairly wide roads, and having a turning circle like that is no picnic when it comes to reversing or parallel parking. Try having people angrily honk at you...
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Reversing Cameras Take the Hassle out of Moving Furniture

Ever tried to reverse out of a garage and around a corner while the entire back of your car is taken up by a fridge? Or you’re trying to move a sofa that blocks you from seeing anything out of your rear windscreen? Let me tell you, it is not a pleasant experience, and it’s...
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Staying on the straight and narrow

Reversing down a long driveway can be difficult, as most of the time when you’re reversing, you’re not going perfectly straight. This slight angle can be the source of a good deal of frustration, since by the time you get to the end you might be quite a bit off-centre. Many people have found themselves...
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A Salve for your Communal Parking Woes

If you live in a block of flats or have shared parking at the office, then things can get pretty rough. To start with, many parking spots are a little too narrow, or they’re angled weirdly, and designers don’t always account for the angles of entrances and obstacles. I’ve seen apartment parking where it’s nearly...
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Parking in Strange Cities

If you’re visiting another city, it’s worth keeping in mind that they might not have the same expectations for parking spots there as they do where you’re from. Paid parking might be much more common, free parking time-limits might be shorter, and even the average size and spacing of parking spots can change. Certain locales...
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