Vehicle backup camera producer Rear View Safety is highlighting the usefulness of its products for families with young children.
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Backup camera system producer Rear View Safety, available online at http://www.RearViewSafety.com, is encouraging parents and drivers to prepare for a safe summer. With children out of class for the season, Rear View Safety is reviewing driver precautions in addition to promoting its enhanced range of vehicle backup camera sets designed particularly for domestic use. Incorporating the same basic technology as the manufacturer’s products for Fortune 500 companies, Rear View Safety’s consumer collection contains camera systems that are easy to install, budget-friendly, and effective in virtually eliminating blind spots.
“As the weather warms up, a back up camera system becomes a near-essential for families with young children. During the winter, kids spend most of their time safely indoors, but with the advent of spring and summer, they tend to spend a lot more time outside, playing on the driveway and in the yard. It can become hazardous if cars being driven within the vicinity of the home are not equipped with the proper safety equipment. A vehicle backup camera is really the ideal way to put parents’ minds at ease and keep kids safe by eliminating blind spot accidents,” said Joseph Schechter, Executive Vice President of Rear View Safety.
Among its commercial backup camera system inventory, the RVS 770617N stands out as an eminently affordable, family-friendly option. Available for only $109.99, the system comes complete with a 3.5” color LCD monitor with a 120-degree line of visibility as well as night vision capabilities. The crystal-clear screen not only eliminates blind spots, but also provides a detailed, razor-sharp image of the area behind the car. Also containing wires, connectors, and mounts, the backup camera system is guaranteed to be durable and reliable, with its weather- and shock-proof functions as well as a full year warranty.
As warm weather arrives, Rear View Safety is also taking the time to remind consumers to be extra vigilant regarding vehicular safety, and is encouraging drivers to keep in mind a range of security tips that will help keep the spring and summer accident-free. For those who have yet to purchase a commercial backup camera system, Rear View Safety recommends walking fully around the vehicle and clearing away any obstacles before backing up. Ensuring that a vehicle is safe and well-maintained – that tires are fully inflated and have enough tread; that all lights and brakes work, that air bags are functioning correctly – is another essential safety step that should precede any driving. And, as always, avoiding distractions, whether they include loud music, phone calls, or text messages, is imperative when it comes to safety on the road.
“At Rear View Safety, we specialize in RV backup camera system sets and other heavy-duty, commercial products, but we also do a great deal to develop easy-to-use and affordable camera systems for family use. Our number one priority as a company is to ensure that parents and kids stay safe, and as the weather warms up and everyone starts to spend more time out of doors, we thought it was an especially important time to remind drivers to remain vigilant about safety,” said Schechter.
To learn more about Rear View Safety’s backup camera system collection for families, go online at http://www.RearViewSafety.com, or call 800-764-1028. The manufacturer also maintains social profiles at http://www.facebook.com/RearViewSafety and http://twitter.com/RearViewSafety, and keeps a vehicle backup camera blog at http://www.RearViewSafety.com/blog.