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 often quite a hazardous one if you’re relying on a rear vision mirror to stay aware of your surroundings. It very well might only be possible to do safely by having a friend get out of the car and spot you, telling you when you’re about to hit something and how much space you have to reverse.
Of course, with a reversing camera it all becomes far easier. The camera shows you exactly what’s behind your vehicle, and displays it on the monitor to an accurate and convenient scale that lets you confidently and comfortably make judgement calls. This is a real life-saver for anyone who has to transport bulky objects, whether it’s moving furniture or piling suitcases for your latest road trip.
It’s not just those who drive cars who benefit from reverse camera kits.
Many vehicles like vans and trucks don’t have rear windscreens at all, in which case something like a truck rear vision kit becomes absolutely essential for safe reversing. And what about those who drive something like an RV? They’ll need a special RV reverse camera to ensure that nothing gets damaged, and Safety Dave has just the thing.
On top of this, you need to think about cameras not just for vehicles, but for trailers too. It’s no good if your car or 4WD has a superb camera, but that camera can’t see anything because you’re towing a trailer, caravan, boat or horse float. Fortunately, there are dual screen reversing cameras for all of these, so you can see from the back of both your vehicle and your trailer. With side-by-side monitors, horse float reversing cameras and boat reverse camera kits keep you safe whether you’re headed for the track or the beach.
So whether you’re trucking across the country, towing a boat to the coast, or helping a mate move some furniture, a reversing camera will help you stay safe and take the stress out of reversing.