You shift the gear lever into reverse and take a deep breath.
Your vehicle has more blind spots than an African government, so reversing makes you sweat.
You inch your way backwards, praying all obstacles out of the way.
Then you hear a creaking sound and the car freezes to a halt. There was something after all…
Get eyes in the back of your head with a reverse light sensor and camera, and reverse with confidence.
Our reverse cameras come with compact high quality screens for your dash, so there’s no need to twist your neck looking back the whole time. (You can’t see everything in the back in any case.)
Alternatively, you can get a sensor that warns you about objects that might damage your vehicle when you reverse.
There was a tragic incident in Jeffreys Bay many years ago the details of which cannot be shared here, where a person caused massive familial trauma by reversing without knowing what was behind them.
It would be no surprise if that person, though they did it unwittingly and certainly with no ill will whatsoever, wakes up every morning thinking about what happened on that fateful Sunday.
The fact is, there’s no way for you to know 100% the coast is clear behind you.
If you can see 50% of what’s behind you when you reverse, that’s a lot.
Here’s the problem…
It’s the 50% you can’t see that might be hiding something you certainly wouldn’t want to reverse into.
Reverse light cameras can save the lives of small animals and kids playing behind a car.
BEEP BEEP BEEP, or a new bumper?
That beeping the reverse sensor makes might be a mildly annoying sound, but think of it this way…
Every beep is you saving a few rands.
So when you hear BEEP BEEP BEEP, think, KA-CHING, KA-CHING, KA-CHING.