Back up cameras make backing into a parking spot much easier, but more importantly, they help prevent accidents. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) says that accidental back overs result in 210 fatalities and 15,000 injuries a year, which is why new vehicles must be equipped with back up cameras by 2018. Rear view cameras also make hooking up a trailer a simple job that can be accomplished without another person’s assistance.

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We have a large selection of rear view back up cameras, monitors, and complete systems. These components are affordable and relatively simple to install, so if you’re vehicle didn’t come with a camera, you can still get the benefits of a clear view behind your vehicle for very little expense or effort. Complete systems include camera, a monitor that mounts to the dash or replaces the rear view mirror, wiring, and some kits include a wireless transmitter.

Our monitors come in rear view mirror versions that clip on or completely replace the mirror, and standalone models that can be mounted to the dash or any other convenient viewing location. Many have multiple video inputs so the monitor can also be connected to a DVD player, and these usually have a remote control for on/off, mode selection, and to adjust picture quality. The most sophisticated monitors from our selection have built-in Bluetooth, smartphone compatibility, auto-pairing, caller ID display, external microphone, and auto reverse video switch for parking.

The backup cameras on our digital shelves include individual cameras with mounting brackets, license plate mount cameras, and even cameras integrated into license plate frames. These cameras are weatherproof and most have wide angle lenses to depict a large field of view. Some cameras feature infrared technology for better vision in darkness, selectable normal or reverse imaging, and defeat-able parking assist lines. There are wired cameras and cameras that wirelessly transmit the video image. The latter are generally more expensive, but easier to install.

A trailer hitch camera will help you guide the hitch ball right into the trailer coupler all by yourself, a job that used to involve repeated trial and error or another set of eyeballs, and some units even provide audible assistance. Our dash cameras can be aimed through the windshield to record traffic incidents. Top of the line models have built-in GPS to display driving speed and position; three recoding options: normal, parking, and event; and auto motion detection, which initiates recording when impact or motion is detected, for recording collisions and attempted theft when your vehicle is parked.

If you’re looking for parking assistance that doesn’t require video, we can help. We offer the Curb-Alert parking sensor and Precise Park garage parking sensor. The Curb-Alert sensor attaches under the front of the car, where it uses advanced infrared triangulation technology to detect the curb and warn you with an audible beep, to prevent expensive damage to bumpers and spoilers. The Precise Park uses sophisticated laser guidance to direct you to the ideal garage parking spot, without worrying about damage to your vehicle. Precise Park makes it easy to park in small, overcrowded garages and park large vehicles.

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This product was shipped as ordered however the mirror did not fit over the existing mirror. I am going to have to exchange it for a dash mounted monitor.
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