Rear View Safety Encourages College Students To Use Backup Cameras on Long Road Trips

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NEW YORK--Oct. 15, 2013: Rear View Safety is an online retailer specializing in the manufacture and sale of backup camera systems for drivers of any age and temperament. Units can be affixed to cars, trucks, and utility vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Young drivers preparing to embark on their first road trip with their college friends are encouraged to use the technology to promote driving safety and well-being.

Blind spots are distracting to all drivers, but especially so for people sharing their car with a group of friends. Drivers can ensure everyone in the car and those sharing the road on such a long journey remain a bit safer by adding an affordable rear view camera to the vehicle.

"Going on your first road trip with brand new friends is an extremely exciting experience. Whether you're hauling yourselves across state lines to follow your favorite band, or just driving a few hours out into the wilderness for a camping excursion, using backup cameras will ensure it is a safe and fun trip for everyone," said David Newman, an Account Manager from Rear View Safety.

The RVS-770613 is an optimal rear view camera system with a simple one camera setup. The unit includes a 7" Digital LCD monitor easily mounted to the dashboard, along with a 130 degree backup camera that is both water- and shock-resistant with a 100G shock rating, the highest rating in the industry. It can be purchased for $249.99 and will greatly increase the safety measures available to all vehicles.

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