As everyone knows, sleepiness and drowsiness increase your risk of making errors. That’s why it’s a bad idea to drive when you’re tired – it can be just as bad, and sometimes even worse than driving when you’re drunk. If you’re feeling like you need to rest when on a long drive, you should pull over and take a quick power-nap rather than risk an accident.
However, there are going to be times when you drive when tired. Not falling asleep at the wheel, but still tired. Especially if you’re driving cross-country or nearing the end of a long trip, by the time you arrive at your destination, it’s only to be expected that you’ll be a little worn out, and the last thing you want is a stressful experience trying to park. That’s why a reversing camera can be a huge help.
Say you work the night shift, or you’ve had a long day, and you’ve driven across time, and finally you get where you’re going, but you need to squeeze into a tiny spot between two other cars. With a rear vision camera, you can get a good view of the area around your vehicle and stay safe when exhaustion might have otherwise led you to misjudge distances and scrape someone else’s ride.
With Safety Dave’s reverse camera kits, you can stay safe even when you’re not at your best Don’t ruin an otherwise good drive with a parking accident – use the camera for heightened awareness when you don’t have heightened alertness.