Back-Up Cameras Kill the Blind Spot


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BROOKLYN, NY--Aug. 30, 2013: Rear View Safety is an online retailer that sells backup camera systems for cars, trucks, and utility vehicles of all shapes and sizes. The company prides itself on creating industry leading units with prices that are affordable for both businesses and consumers. Outfit a two-car garage or a fleet full of professional vehicles with one of the retailers' many products today.

Backup cameras help eliminate one of the most dangerous things on the road: the blind spot. Blind spots exist in every vehicle, no matter its berth. Installing backup safety measures in a vehicle give a driver the ability to be aware of everything going on behind them without having to crane their neck or rely on an imperfect mirror.

"Our industrial strength backup cameras will last through any weather condition. Both shock and waterproof, they're ready to withstand the elements while you drive your car or truck through rain, sleet, or snow," said David Newman, an account manager from Rear View Safety.

Smaller sedans can benefit from just one rear view camera. The RVS-7706033 is available online for $249.99 and comes complete with a 5.6" digital LCD full color monitor and a 130-degree CCD camera with 50 feet of night vision capabilities. Larger vehicles might be better served by a unit with multiple cameras to eliminate multiple blind spots. The RVS-770614 is a two-camera unit that includes a 3-channel multiplexer that can turn on automatically when the vehicle is put in reverse.

To see every rear view camera available from Rear View Safety, visit the retailer online at Rear View Safety.

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