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The Challenge of Bigger Vehicles

The Challenge of Bigger Vehicles

It is a simple matter of physics that the bigger the vehicle you are driving, the larger your blind spots will be. This makes driving a much more dangerous experience – another vehicle can literally blindside you without warning, leading to costly damages, serious injury, and even death. Some motor home owners try to fix this problem with extended wing mirrors, but even that won’t fix the issue if you’re towing a caravan behind you. The best solution by far is a reverse camera kit.

A rear vision camera comes with a camera that you attach to the back of your vehicle, and (if necessary) another one that you can attach to a trailer or caravan. There’s also a monitor, that you can see from the driver’s seat and lets you see what the camera sees. Sometimes the monitor is wirelessly connected to the cameras, but wireless connections are vulnerable to interference, so the best rear view cameras are connected by cable. If you’re driving a motor home, you should get a motor home reverse camera to ensure proper visibility and avoid collisions; if you’re towing a caravan, then you’ll want a caravan reversing camera too. Reversing cameras also have night vision, allowing you to see just as well behind you in the dark.

Driving with a trailer or large vehicle is always riskier just because there’s more of your vehicle for cars to hit, and it’s harder to get a sense of where your vehicle is. A reverse camera kit is the natural solution to this problem – they’re also called reversing cameras because they help you when reversing, providing crucial assistance to the problem of reversing with a caravan trailer. A rear vision camera will make your driving experience safer and less stressful, allowing you to focus on the joy of the journey.