When you’re towing a trailer, being able to see what’s behind you is more important than ever. Lane changes are harder, with turns becoming a more complex, multi-point process, and the sheer amount of space you take up means that you might misjudge distances – especially if you’re not used to it. Even if you’ve been driving with a trailer for a long time, rear vision is still crucial, and the presence of the trailer constitutes a major obstruction. That means that mirrors, while they might work for a car, just won’t cut it if you’re towing a caravan for example. There’s a similar problem for trucks, with your cargo getting in the way of you and the back of your vehicle. But if you’re driving a truck or towing a caravan, you still need that line of sight – which is where Safety Dave’s rear vision cameras come in.
Reversing cameras, as they’re sometimes known, are useful for much more than just reversing. Having access to that sightline when you’re driving is essential if you want to operate a larger vehicle safely, and the rear vision camera kit includes an easy-to-mount monitor that gives you access to what’s going on behind you without dominating your dash. Available in both a single camera and dual camera version, the camera is a huge boost to safety while driving and is so easy to set up that even a child can do it. With a camera from Safety Dave, a lack of visibility won’t lead to a nasty crash.